This business my family and I started in 1999 has just turned 20 which is a ripe old age for a cat, a ridiculous age for a dog, and just a great start on life for a forty pound lake trout.. I’m thankful for the many wonderful people I”ve been privileged to meet, the experiences… Read more
Seems it’s been awhile since I put a few thoughts on my blog. I’m not on a time schedule and I don’t want to pollute the internet with obligatory phrases, sentences and words more than it already is. You’re welcome! Gold and silver are starting to hit their own, with silver up around 3 percent… Read more
One of the great joys of being a social outcast in my childhood (and sometimes in later life too!) was discovering the healing properties nature provides those who take the time and input the energy and the suffering often required to get to know her. I guess I must have traipsed (i love that word:… Read more
“If only there were a way to get the current out of the river…” Well, there is they tell me! But that’s another story. Things are pretty peaceful in Teslin, not much going on to rattle your doors here at the moment, and even the ravens have fallen silent as the darkness of winter descends on… Read more
Had a wonderful three days on the water with the Morton Family. On the final day, we were making our way back to the dock when Mr Morton thanked me for making the trip possible. He asked me if I know what this means for him, connecting with three generations like this. He spoke of… Read more
It’s getting on in the year and although the weather is less than super attractive the heat is sure to arrive when the sun starts spending 20 hours a day overhead! Canoe-tripping was for me one of the greatest discoveries in the north. After exhausting myself for awhile on numerous mountain climbs and hikes through… Read more
The yukon has two seasons rather than the traditional four. Summer and winter with two brief transitional zones. Still waiting for the transitional zone; it was 20 below again last night. I decided to make the best of these days by taking a run up the frozen lake to a cabin which is open for… Read more
The main reason i decided to make my home in Yukon is the fantastic scenic beauty of the place. Oh, it’s great to be accepted even though you’re nuts, and there are a lot of really super people here, but turn it into rubble and i’ll be movin’ on, in tears. You know how you… Read more
We’re well into the new year now, and like my old camp boss Scotty used to say when i stated the obvious, “your powers of observation never cease to amaze me!” ‘Nother obvious truth at theis point is that some of us who are not independently wealthy need to get back to work! My *clears… Read more
Can I even do that? Another year has come and went,Christmas done, the time is spent.I hope it all went well with yew.And ‘018 won’t kick you blue! I always enjoy the last week of the year. It’s kind of a time to sit back with the teapot and consider the past a little and… Read more
Time for some down time down in Saskatchewan Canada, the land of my birth and upbringing. I”d been gone a spell and knew for some time it was high time to reconnect with family and friends and yes, i do have a few of both. I like the one about the guy driving across the… Read more
Check here for periodic updates on fishing conditions, business updates and helpful wilderness tripping tips!
- looking forward
- fishermen are the best people
- nature calls
- currently in the river
- its not about the fish
- currently in canoeing
- land of two seasons
- February 17th, 2018
- time to work!
- reminiscing about the future
- down time!
- unsend button installed
- the misguided guide guiding the guided
- its common enough for things to go poorly at first
- what do you do in the winter?
- hard to believe
- currently, on the rivers
- what the yukon means to me
- may 22, 2016
- what’s on the menu?
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