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I was looking for a way to get off the beach through the thick brush. A small stream tumbled into the cove here, perhaps a photo or two of the stream? A path through the bush is found. Why is … Continue reading
“Bear Bait” is the radio call-sign we use for our launch and shore party. It has been our tradition for years, no need to plan this ahead of time, we know. It was the first time we rented a boat … Continue reading
As is my habit, I have produced a video summary of this summer’s voyage in the Nordic Quest. Take a few of the best photos, a little video, a snippet of timelapse, a decent tune, and mix well… Nordic Quest … Continue reading
Not far from Juneau, about 25 miles as the crow flies that is, there is one of the top bear viewing sites in Southeast Alaska. It is located on the eastern shore of Admiralty Island, often called the “Fortress of … Continue reading
Sorting through thousands of photos, dozens of video clips, and assembling time-lapse from yet more thousands of frames, all to create a mere five minutes of video. It is quite the chore, but also a lot of fun. In a … Continue reading
The trail is not for the feint of heart. It is not difficult, indeed it is quite easy, mostly boardwalks through the woods. The daunting part is in the sheer evidence of bear activity. While I have often seen bear … Continue reading