The threat of losing our public lands looms large. That threat grows, passing like wildfire through halls of Congress and state capitols, spreading its invasive rhetoric in our communities. People with soft hands and expensive suits tell us “It’s just transfer. It’s not like we’re selling them.”
It’s not just transfer. And it is a big deal.
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Buster goes Un-American. Or Semi-American. Or…Whatever.
Born into a posh, genteel life in the Irish countryside, TheUglyMerican decided at an early age that there was more to life than harassing peasants and yelling at the help. After the fiasco in Kedai Mulong, the Malaysian government’s subsequent banning of all things Irish, and the refusal by the Irish to let him back in the country, he settled in Alaska where he took up the distinctly American pastime of harassing fish and wildlife.
He might be a bit reclusive due to his habit of hassling marine mammals during the summer, but deer, elk, goose and coho bullying season is just around the corner and I’m sure he’ll have a few things to say about that.
As if he was gonna give up any secrets anyway…
Everyone knows that Humpies are liars.
Suicide Basin is at it again…
Pretty sure a 63 foot water level drop in 48 hours is gonna wreak a little havoc.
From the NWS –
AT 522 AM AKDT...BASED ON REPORTING GAUGES
A GLACIER-DAMMED LAKE OUTBURST ALONG THE
MENDENHALL LAKE AND RIVER IS CONTINUING.
THE ADDED WATER FROM THE GLACIER-DAMMED
LAKE INTO THE RIVER SYSTEM WILL RESULT IN
CONTINUED RIVER RISES THROUGH FRIDAY EVENING.
THE RIVER IS CURRENTLY RISING AT AROUND
2 INCHES PER HOUR. ESTIMATED SUICIDE BASIN
LAKE LEVEL PRIOR TO RELEASE INDICATES THAT
MENDENHALL LAKE AND RIVER COULD SEE SIMILAR
LEVELS TO THE 2014 RECORD EVENT OF 11.85 FEET.
Better go put away the lawn furniture and get the livestock to higher ground, Larry.
Because every now and then, it does a Fisha good to remember this “hobby”was once about more than recreation.