TRACY ARM WILDERNESS - An Alaskan Kayak "Trip" Through Time by Robert Glenn Ketchum
To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act (#Wilderness), this new blog focuses on a wilderness area in the #Tongass rainforest of southeast Alaska. This is the tale of a 10-day kayak trip - a testament to WHY wilderness is important, by world-renowned Conservation Photographer Robert Glenn Ketchum.
TRACY ARM Wilderness - An Alaskan Kayak "Trip" Through Time, #49: Now I am under the blue kitchen tarp looking out. For me, the size of the boulders on our “beach” finally suggests the scale of it all. We are among big rocks in a very marginal pitch made more dynamic buy the massive tidal flux and the amount of rain falling. Russell is “seated” in “the dining room” and note, his comfy, padded chair. He is sitting on his lifejacket. It not only makes the rock less hard, BUT it has been storming for days and the rocks are COLD so he is preventing heat loss. I think he is also eyeing the cheese and trying to determine what to eat NOW and what to parse out for our remaining days.
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