After being forced to retreat from his planned backpack route, Sacramento Bee reporter Brad Branan returned to Skolai Pass, where he made this “sign” out of deadwood to attract a plane.
After being forced to retreat from his planned backpack route, Sacramento Bee reporter Brad Branan returned to Skolai Pass, where he made this “sign” out of deadwood to attract a plane. Brad Branan bbranan@sacbee.com
After being forced to retreat from his planned backpack route, Sacramento Bee reporter Brad Branan returned to Skolai Pass, where he made this “sign” out of deadwood to attract a plane. Brad Branan bbranan@sacbee.com

Alaskan adventure: Crunch time in the wild

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