Posted on January 12, 2013 under General
The Antarctic

Michael and Bill, both serving as guides this January on a Cheeseman’s Ecology Safari cruise in Antarctica, have crossed the Drake Passage and arrived on the Antarctic Peninsula. Communication is spotty, so I can only guess that their days are filled with gauging the weather and watching penguins and leopard seals.

I am managing the Arctic Wild telephone so there is no need to wait to telephone, or if you’d like to email me directly, you can do so at Trips are filling early this year. The Hulahula River in June and the Aleutian Hot Springs Adventure will likely be the next to fill, along with Bears of the Katmai Coast in early July. I am eager for summer in the Brooks Range, dreaming of that golden light…