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His story begins with the arrival of his father Howard Kantner to the remote Arctic of the 1950s and ends with him as a grown man settled in the same landscape Through a serie. If you are looking for a beautifully written book with wonderful photographs of Alaska I highly recommend Shopping for Porcupine A Life in Alaska by Seth KanterThis book is part autobiography and part a historical portrait of Alaska and its people Seth Kanter was born in 1964 and spent most of his life in Northern Alaska His story begins with the arrival of his father Howard Kantner to the remote Arctic of the 1950s and ends with him as a grown man settled in the same landscape The story is told through a series of moving essays and vivid photographs The subjects range from family histories to hunting stories and celebrations of people and placesThis book is # 2 for the author His first book Ordinary Wolves received great reviews and I look forward to reading this book as well in the near future

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Shopping for Porcupine A Life in Arctic AlaskaS of moving essays and vivid photographs ranging in subject from family histories to hunting stories celebrations of people and places to a lament over a majestic wilderness r. This book made me miss Alaska Although I never came even a little bit close to living the way Seth Kantner does in Shopping for Porcupine the way he speaks of the land the way he describes being alone in the Alaskan wilderness and the way he grappled with the fact that technology is changing Alaska spoke to me Although I could never live the kind of true subsistence lifestyle Seth and his family lead in the book I can't help but be drawn to it A good read for anyone who loves wild Alaska and wants to make sure it stays that way

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Shopping for Porcupine: A Life in Arctic Alaska characters ✓ 7 ´ His story begins with the arrival of his father Howard Kantner to the remote Arctic of the 1950s and ends with him as a grown man settled in the same landscape Through a series of moving essays and vivid photographs ranging in subject from family histApidly disappearing Shopping for Porcupine provides a compelling intimate view of America’s last frontier the same place that captivated so many readers of Ordinary Wolves. Lovely simple snippets of what life was like before the rest of the world came to Alaska and modernized things Sounds pretty idyllic but very very difficult And cold Luckily the author doesn't slam any it just observes ad shares his memories