Geez, lots of anger on the forum. It is a beautiful day. I'm stuck inside grading papers and working on lesson plans.
now is the time to plan for next year.
Yes folks there is a Santa Claus.
Goat populations are exploding in Kenai and Kodiak.
Moose populations are slowing increasing.
Economic problems in L48 are slowing the guiding business so we have less non-resident competition.
We just got PFDs enough for a used Iridium Sat Phone + Spot 2-
That way you can call and your wife can tell them where you are if you fall or get chomped.
People are still pushing against putting the entire state into a draw system.
People in the Basin still can hunt the park.
There are areas where noobs can hunt.
There is a guy in Fairbanks who is giving out goat meat.
There is a guy in Wasilla who is still thanking god that his girl is safe and recovering.
There is a guy in Anchorage who sells sleeping bags who is happy about goats.
There is a guy in Ketchikan who practices being big foot.
There is a guy who lives up near Kotz who is eating fresh frozen caribou dipped in seal oil.
There is a kid just starting hunting who is reading this.
We are all blessed because we have this Alaska and we complain about it all the time.
My wife had to have a new car so my gear buying has been cut down
There is a clearance sale at Beaver.
There is a good deal on a Winchester Push feed at Guns and Ammo.
When I close my eyes I see the rugged mountains of my dreams and when I come on here I seem to tie into a big group of people who believe the same.
A bad day in Alaska is better than a great day anywhere else.