I just spent eight days in remote Alaska. No access to any electronic communication devices except a satellite phone in case of a bear eating my leg. It was a week of recharging and reflection, fun and almost enough fishing. (Is there ever enough?) I took too many bad pictures and a few good ones, saw some of the most fantastic country I have ever experienced and rested my brain from dentistry. I was worried that I couldn't leave it behind, but as soon as the floatplane landed and I saw the majesty of this remote place, my dental head went to sleep. I don't have anything profound to say in this blog, except that I was reminded how important play is to a healthy life. I am rested and refreshed, inspired and happy. I hope you will like these pictures of one of the best trips of my life.


Commenter's Profile Image Mark Gray
October 5th, 2011
The gods do not deduct from man's allotted span the hours spent in fishing. ~Babylonian Proverb Looking forward to seeing you at the upcoming meeting in Houston. Mark