And then there was that time we were shipwrecked in Alaska.
This is a story I almost never tell, probably because it involves a little stupidity and poor planning, so even my own family will be surprised when they read the true story of the time we got stuck on a little island with no possible way to get back home, and not a soul knew we were there. Maybe I'm over dramatizing it a bit with the title, because we weren't on a ship, and we weren't actually wrecked. But close enough.
It was back in the '90s, and some good friends were visiting from down south. Mike, Delynda and their daughter Apryl, who was about 12 years old. We wanted to take them on a truly Alaskan adventure, and well, we certainly accomplished that.
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