Address: 7350 Huntsmen Circle
Anchorage, Alaska, 99518 United States
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Alaskan resident Doug Myers was born in California, raised in Oregon, and in Washington State served professionally as a licensed counseling therapist with the court system and in private practice. He later became joint owner of a rustic fish camp located on a remote river in Southwest Alaska. His adventures were shared with Native friends at their historic village site in the Bristol Bay Region. Visits to Bristol Bay and other distant areas of the Bering Sea, Alaska Peninsula, and Kodiak island offered cultural insights, fascinating sport fishing experiences, and close encounters with some of Alaska's renowned brown bear.
As an Alaskan author Myers' goal is to share Alaska's intrigue, including its scenic treasure, Native culture, and wildlife adventure. His counseling and communications background encourages a sensitive narrative style of meaningful wilderness journeys leading to soulful discoveries. Myers' passions also include photography and illustrative art, which are incorporated in his writings and publications.
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ALASKA ADVENTURE TRAVEL BOOK - Recommended
About Alaska's Most Cherished Resource - Spirit Of Adventure. PURSUING THE UNTAMED describes Nature's undisturbed. Experiences include Alaska Natives at their subsistence fish camp site on the banks of a "wild and scenic" river in the Bristol Bay Region, a Yup'ik Eskimo village at the mouth of a secluded river flowing to the Bering Sea, an Aleut Native village next to a salmon rich river on the Alaska Peninsula, pristine Kodiak Island with its brown bear population along clear rivers filled with silver salmon, and the famous Kenai Peninsula with a variety of fishing and wildlife encounters.
Also includes the following pages: eBooks Xtreme, Alaska Cache Newsletter, Author's Oil Paintings, Alaska Sourdough Links, and Commemoration of Colonel Norman D. Vaughan.