Wednesday, March 6, 2013

"With a great deal of time in this wilderness, on a constant trek and exploration, does uncover amazing results, mostly unexpected. The sounds of Arctic Terns as they dive and resound a warning to step lightly around the nests hidden in the gravels and sands on the infinite beaches, as the Sandhill Cranes trumpet their positions on the tundra.  The waves of shallow brackish water laps the shore into foam at my feet with woven bear tracks filled with overflow from the morning rains. The skull of a wolverine sinking slowly year after year into the mosses and lichen framing it into a treasure most profound.  Prehistory inches under foot, where Mammoth once browsed in peace among those times that only imagination may participate."

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