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
Catastrophe is a word that only really means something when it happens to you, or to someone you know. Continue reading Caribou And Catastrophe
Boy 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
Editor’s Note: On Fridays we reach back into the vast SCI Archive and dust off a gem from a previous issue. This week we go back to 1979 and tag along on an Alaska hunt for monster caribou. This story originally appeared in the March/April 1980 issue of Safari Magazine.
The thick growth of tundra provided a comfortable bed in which to enjoy the warm Alaska sun. Blue sky and a sparkling river highlighted the surrounding mountains. Continue reading Flashback Friday – Bonus Bull