I'm listening too Jake. Just can't listen to the whole thing all at once...
Just finished it Jake.....brought back lots of memories! Your term "LOO" made me remember once when the guys told me to not be afraid to venture out a little ways [for moose] cause we'll bring in a packer for you if need be. Well I did and they brought in a packer. Tall, lanky, strong, 25 year old kid that acted like he was gonna die after the first hump. Here I am grunting it out, almost twice as old as him, and he tells me he can't do it. I wish I would have known "LOO" then, but just quietly told him there is no "I can't do it. You were brought in and are being paid to do this and that is what you're going to do. It's not a race, we'll take our time and put one foot in front of the other." After that, he knuckled down and we got it done. But yes, some people will tell themselves they can't do it, rather than tell themselves they can.
When I was headed to scammon bay this fall for some surveying there were quite a few mr and mrs kuiu. I do own some of that stuff but it is never matching camo. Generally camo jacket with grey or green pants. That stuff makes me laugh everytime the camo tuxedo<br/><br/>Sent from my SM-G892A using Tapatalk<br/><br/>
Finally listened to it! Great job Jake! You might have missed your calling bro. You could be an outdoor writer or television host. Great storytelling. Brings back lots of memories from my guiding days. LOO, lack of options is right. I can think of lots and lots of times when that when that could be applied. Which Hell's gate were you referring to? Was that the Hell's gate just upstream from the confluence of the South Fork of the Kuskokwim and the Hartman River? I used to guide out there myself back in the day.