In December, 2019, I spent a week on Unalaska Island, about 800 miles from Anchorage, Alaska. The experience is truly unique. With no trees and no mammals larger than a small arctic fox there’s no predators to be concerned about, except for the dive-bombing bald eagles. The landscape is unlike any other I’ve previously seen. The island is one mountain top after another and hiking can be rather strenuous, especially when you climb 1,200+ elevation in less than 1 mile. But it’s worth it. I share this experience on my podcast here (link to come).