I haven't been around in a while. Actually, not since right after I moved here from Connecticut. I did the dry cabin for a year, went without T.V for 2 years.
I was watching this show "Life Below Zero" and it made me wonder, if so,e of these people actually own the land they built on or just built on state land? There is a guy in Wiseman who lives by subsistence and does guide work in the summer. I don't get the feeling that he owns the land, it feels like he just found a nice spot and built. Can that be done legally in Alaska?
I learned a lot of what I know from all of you on here before I moved here. I was told then, that every 2 weeks I had to move a mile when camping on state land. Now I see a possible contradiction, and would like to know if it's possible to find a spot, build, subsistence hunt, trap, and fish, even if you don't own the land?