Monthly Archives: August 2013

First Buck of the Season, Big fish, Broken Macerator, and Bay Area

Dance like no one is watching, love like you’ve never been hurt. Sing like no one is listening, take no prisoners, and all that jabber. Nevertheless there you are, a good twenty feet above the harbor, on the roof of the Adak. The camera’s rolling. Do you jump? Not only do you jump. You jump […]

Angels on the Adak; the novel sells, deckhanding on F/V Saturday

If there has been an angel fighting alongside us for the life and goodness of the Adak, his name is Mike, and he owns a direct-reversible steel tugboat called the Thunderbird. A boat which actually works and operates as a tugboat. When he’s not towing or not assisting cruiseships, or floating off dead sea lions […]