One Point of Agreement [by Michelle Theall]
by Susan Sommer
We’re lucky to have this kind of adulthood [by Melissa Bradley]
A thousand casts is a small price to pay. [by Russ Lumpkin]
“Come, and follow me…” resonated like a spiritual [by Russ Lumpkin]
(from the February 2017 issue) Being nice when you don’t have to be. [by Russ Lumpkin]
I arrived in Girdwood, Alaska, on Thanksgiving Day after spending a month on the road. Our journey started in Colorado and we explored the Pacific coast all the way up to Vancouver, where we quickly revamped our plan because camping in a tent every night in the cold and snow is not as glamorous at...
In Alaska, even a lazy photographer can take decent photos [by Russ Lumpkin]
Making small talk with the cab driver, I sipped coffee on the way to the Juneau airport. The rainy morning continued a string of rainy mornings. I checked in and wound through security, made it to the other side of the human scanner, and stood in sock feet. My pack, however, didn’t make it. “Is...
Every year, I swear that I’ll spend the entire month of August picking blueberries, but every year, of course, life intervenes. I make time for a short drive or hike to a favorite spot and pick with both hands—my friends are impressed with my speed. Still, as soon as I find a good rhythm, I...