One Man's Wilderness: An Alaskan Odyssey Setting & Symbolism

Sam Kieth
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Sawmill Lake on Kodiak

Sawmill Lake on Kodiak is the location of Spike and Hope's home where Dick does odd jobs for them while waiting to hear from Babe about the departure time to fly into a wilderness area.

Dick's Camper

Dick's camper is the recreational vehicle that he drives north to Sawmill Lake on Kodiak

Spike and Hope's Cabin

Spike and Hope's cabin is located in the Twin Lakes region of Alaska near the site where Dick builds his cabin. Dick spends vacation time at Spike and Hope's cabin. He later uses it as a temporary location for his own cabin building adventure

Spike and Hope's Grumman Canoe

Spike and Hope's Grumman canoe is the means of water transportation that Dick uses to travel the Twin Lakes and connecting stream.

Merrill Field

Merrill Field is the name of the airfield in Anchorage, Alaska where Dick meets with...

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