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SUMMARY É The Wild Side of Alaska ☆ Donna Morang's memoir of Alaska begins in 1968 as she travels the Alcan Highway from Montana to Fairbanks Alaska However this is only the beginning of her lifelong dream of hunting and fishing in the Last Frontier of AlaskaShe will take you to the Brooks Range north of the arctic circle where she and her mate hFew grayling salmon or norhtern pikeand float the Delta river where she almost lost her lifeFly in small airplanes over the Brooks Range to view forest fires waiting to trap them in the wilderness or hold on tight as they cruise over the majestic Prince William Sound to land on Hitchenbrook Island and hunt for Alaskan brown bearReturn to the new life style in the wild and wooly north after the discovery of oil and the not so civilized changes to the Last Great Frontier of Alask. A great read I never get tired of reading about Alaskan adventures

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Donna Morang's memoir of Alaska begins in 1968 as she travels the Alcan Highway from Montana to Fairbanks Alaska However this is only the beginning of her lifelong dream of hunting and fishing in the Last Frontier of AlaskaShe will take you to the Brooks Range north of the arctic circle where she and her mate hunt for dall sheep come face to face with a grizzly bear that wants to eat them and an angry moose trying to trample her hunting partnerReturn to the Brooks Range to live. If you’ve read Big Backpack Little World you’ll know that very little fazes this plucky author And when you read The Wild Side of Alaska you will realise that her training to endure the harshest strangest or most elementary conditions started when she was a young womanDonna started shooting and hunting at a tender age and her love for both became a passion When she and her husband realised their dream of living in Alaska her hobby became a necessity to eat and to protect herself This young couple later with a baby daughter experienced isolation survived with the barest of essentials and came within a hair's breadth of becoming dinner themselves Donna became resourceful brave tolerant and patient But she was also rewarded by some beautiful scenery some stunning and touching acts of nature and being a keen angler too some wonderful fishingHer experiences make compelling reading When Donna laughs cries gets annoyed exasperated or scared frustrated happy exhilarated you’re right there with her Above all your awe for her tough cookieness simply grows Being in the path of a very ticked off grizzly bear or being submerged beneath a boat in cold dark water far from putting her off just make her go back for She just doesn’t stop amazing youWritten with passion sincerity and humour and in a way that makes you think she's having a private chat just with you you’ll love reading about Donna’s adventures as she fondly remembers the Alaska of forty years ago

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The Wild Side of AlaskaWith Donna her mate and one year old daughter in a cabin deep in the wilderness while mining for the elusive gold Live an authentic life in the Bush of Alaska The Bush is a term Alaskans use to describe regions of the state not connected to civilization where she bakes her own bread has no electricity no running water and wolves try to eat her babyFish along side her in the famous Katmai and Resurrection Bay or do some crazy dip net fishing for salmon at Chitna Alaska Catch a. I enjoyed itI am reading everything I can about the strength of personality that it takes to live out of town in Alaska This book is different in that it is written from a woman's point of view I just wish authors would avoid inserting their personal politics into their writing I almost put the book away when she started writing about her views But I zruck it out and I'm glad I did I would have liked to know about how her daughter adjusted to living in the bush I really liked the cookbook of recipes using local meat and produce