One Man's Wilderness: An Alaskan Odyssey Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

Sam Kieth
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• Sam Keith writes "One Man's Wilderness: An Alaskan Odyssey" from the daily journals of Dick Proenneke about his Alaskan wilderness experience.

• Sam met Dick in 1952 while living in Alaska for three years.

• From Dick's journals, Keith writes an account of his friend's experience living and thriving in the Alaskan wilderness.
• Dick waits to hear from bush pilot Babe Alsworth about his departure time to travel to his wilderness site.

• Dick is staying with Spike and Hope Carrithers at Sawmill Lake in Kodiak where he is doing odd jobs.

• Earlier, he stayed at their wilderness cabin in the Twin Lakes region, and this inspired him to go on his own wilderness adventure.

• Dick drives his camper to the Carrithers and leaves it with them when he flies from Kodiak to meet Babe in Anchorage.

• On May 17, 1968, Dick waits for Babe to arrive in his 180 Cessna at Merrill...

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