It all seems so surreal now that I have returned home to Idaho. I already miss that river. 52 days of solo travel on the Yukon, as I made my way through Canada and Alaska, was one part adventure, one part emotional journey. It is indescribable, the vastness, remoteness and solitude of this wild landscape. … More 07/21/2016 – Yukon Summary
I commit my father’s ashes to the mouth of the Yukon. I hope a cure for prostate cancer, all cancers will soon be found.
Wind and weather permitting i will make my final run through the Yukon Delta Flats to the Bering Sea!
Happy birthday Dad, today would have been his 74th-love from Grayling, AK- till i see you on the other side.
I travel with a heavy heart with the passing of my friend Dominic Marrese from prostate cancer. He was a strong advocate for men as well as my endeavor. My heart is with his family.
I briefly have internet service from Galena, AK and have made it this far with the help of Carol and Roger Huntington and 3 hot meals and a cabin to sleep in! I have 500 miles to go which will likely take me a month because of headwinds and the current. The river is now … More 06/24/2016 – Service from Galena, AK
Happy solstice from the Kokrines Bible Camp on the Yukon! Pace from 7 to 3mph with storms and headwinds keeping me off the water for days. Look forward to getting back on the water!
Dalton highway bridge! No more roads-800 more miles to the Bering Sea! https://explore.delorme.com/textmessage/viewmsg?mo=89bb529c097f4aed92320036f49b8a2966035706
I have just reached the arctic circle! I have met Nancy and Hannah Solomon who has fed me rabbit, let me shower and do laundry-feeling thankful!
I am overcome with awe and gratitude at the outpouring of love and support! Everyone is so amazing! Thank you. Thank you. I departed May 18th and traversed a series of truly spectacular lakes (in a variety of conditions, i might add:), which finally brought me back to Whitehorse. I will set out again in … More 05/21/2016 – The Lakes