Let us probe the silent places, let us seek what luck betide us;
Let us journey to a lonely land I know.
There's a whisper on the night-wind, there's a star agleam to guide us,
And the Wild is calling, calling . . . let us go.

Robert Service — The Call of the Wild

Monday, July 13, 2009
Day Hike to Godlin River

Day hike to the Godlin River. Trail is rough and wet. A bit buggy in the brushy sections. Takes about 2 hours. Fish the Godlin River. Catch a few grayling. Saw a one-wheeled trolley device that only made it as far as the Godlin River. Steve tried using a piece of bloody caribou meat to entice the trout. Tried the Sam McGee fly that John designed. Drinking port in our cabin with a bug coil going, gentle rain is falling on the roof – this is living!
On the hike to the Godlin river we stopped for a group photo with upper Godlin lake in the background. On this lake was a nesting pair of tundra swans with a baby cygnet.
photographer: Bill
Fishing along the Godlin river
photographer: Bill
John's Sam McGee Fly
photographer: Bill
Trying to entice the wiley bull trout (or was it a dolly varden?)
photographer: Bill
John casting across to the bank.
photographer: Bill
Bailey & Megan Simpson. They hunt, they fly, they guide and they can even cook. Check out their website at www.chicksincamo.com
photographer: John
The Ram Head 2009 crew: left to right: Kyle, Mike, Scott & Jesse. They guide, hunt and keep the camp in good condition.
photographer: John
Ram Head camp food cache. Because of the aggresive bears in the area, food is stored in an elevated storage area.
photographer: Bill
Group photo at Ram Head Cookshack
photographer: Bill
This is the cabin John & Bill shared during their visit to Ram Head Outfitters
photographer: Megan Simpson
Ram Head has about 20 head of percheron cross ponies.
photographer: Bill
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