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, #46: This is the reverse position from the last post. I find it amazing how there are clearly considerable dimensions to this beach/river complex that is now our camp, and from offshore at a distance it simply does not read like this AT ALL! Russell and Carey are prepping food and snacking to stay warm while I “document.” The blue tarp is the kitchen and the high tide will reach into it later tonight. Russell ‘s tent is the light brown one on the right side and it is in the safest, driest perch. Carey and I are in the blue tent that was quite comfy because we cleared a few rocks and were on a sand bottom. We also had a GREAT view, BUT we were on a mound in the middle of the spread of the river. We were rather hoping it did not rain any harder and bring the river up. Good luck with that idea!
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