Tuesday, August 2, 2011
"Prior to my seasonal Arctic expeditions, I usually visit areas such as Dawson City, after Fairbanks and through Denali park making my rounds. Many occasions I traverse the country seeking Moose or Caribou antlers for my collection, but on occasion, and rather rarely I discover something more exotic...such as this winter kill Grizzly Bear skull, discovered north of Fairbanks, Alaska. I never know what I will discover but the idea is to always to 'cover' ground, as the more ground I explore the greater possibility of finding something. On more than one occasion I have had friends whom have discovered gold nuggets in shallow creek beds...just lying in the bedrock exposed by the creek."