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Category Archives: Seldovia
Here’s a link to my essay “Freedom Is In the Freezer: Subsistence Fishing for Halibut,” published in the summer 2017 issue of Edible Alaska. The essay originally appeared on this blog back in October 2016, in slightly different form.
The trail leads through a dripping temperate rainforest, snow sodden and slippery underfoot. The low light on this mid-November afternoon, in the deep spruce forest, makes it feel like twilight. Sunset is over two hours from now, but the night … Continue reading
I’ve learned a lot about the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) this week. Maybe not as much as Cassandra, who started working at the Seldovia Post Office a few days ago, but let’s just say I have contributed to the complexity … Continue reading
This summer I’ll be working for the National Park Service, on the maintenance crew at Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve. (I’ll have limited internet access there, but will try to write at least a couple of blog posts to let you know … Continue reading
When I first moved to Seldovia, we didn’t have a drop box at the library. I guess there used to be one, but people kept putting trash and recyclables in it, so it got taken away. Our library isn’t open … Continue reading