I kept this blog up for a year while in Alaska and have been pondering on what to do with it now that I’m back in the lower 48. You’ve probably noticed it has been two months since I have posted anything. It’s been a busy couple months, but I have reached a conclusion. Let’s keep it alive! I started compiling photos and such for a series on fishing in Alaska that is already scheduled to auto-publish starting Wednesday morning. I hope everyone will jump back in and catch up on the belated conclusion of a year and a day in Alaska.
And me, what have I been up to that has kept me from my intentions here? Well, I left Alaska on the second of October and have since covered a large part of North America. I have traveled from Alaska in the North to New Mexico in the South, West to the Pacific ocean in California and am writing to you now from the snowy comfort of upstate New York. All things tabulated that’s over 10,000 miles of road, 16 US states and 4 Canadian states behind me since the first of October.
As it were, I have plenty of interesting stories to fill you in on, but I’ll get started somewhat chronologically with the fish chronicles. Coming Wednesday.
You’re the best Brandon, keep it alive indeed. ~xo
Stephanie Nowers says
Glad to see you’re back. Thought you might be interested in listening in on our forum on Wednesday. It’s on Emerging Energy Technologies in Alaska, including the biogas digestor project in Cordova. It’s FREE and we’ve set up a live podcast. http://alaskarenewableenergy.org/events/reap-monthly-forums/
glad you are getting back to this. mine has been much neglected as well. so not coming back north this winter? will be interested to hear your stories. peace