Tag Archives: caribou

Caribou Slam

Joe Hosmer wrote the caribou article and submitted it before he passed away. It is with a heavy heart that we say goodbye to our great friend and SCI Foundation Past President Joseph H. Hosmer. He passed away on January 6, 2020 at age 70.   Professionally, Joe had a highly successful career of over four decades in corporate business as a professional and as an entrepreneur.  Continue reading Caribou Slam

The Yukon

Going to Whitehorse in the Yukon Territory from Tennessee is not for the weak of heart. “You can’t get there from here!”  But, when you do, your body may leave, but Continue reading The Yukon

Caribou And Catastrophe

Catastrophe is a word that only really means something when it happens to you, or to someone you know. Continue reading Caribou And Catastrophe

The Cook’s Caribou

cooks-caribou-landscape-112416Boy it was cold. Really cold. I was lying under a spruce tree at 4 in the morning in the Mackenzie Mountains in Canada’s Northwest Territory about two miles from the where the Carcajou River originates out of McClure Lake and about four Continue reading The Cook’s Caribou