Tok, Alaska

I’ve only been here a few hours and I’ve already been blown away. Had a unique experience at a local church and actually met a woman who worked at the chamber of commerce in Wenatchee. She giving a bunch of Alaska history books before I leave. Wade Nolan is a legend here and has relationships with the local native villages. He’s taking me in by boat and I’ll visit one of th two last remaining villages operating on Alaska soil that are not part of the US. So excited to share some of the incredible stories Wade has already shared. He’s been a cameraman for National Gorgeaphic for 35 years and traveled the world many times photographing lions, bears and doing research. He’s a scientist and biologist who loves people… More to come 

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