Hello, this is Steve Croft. I live in Alaska and grew up in Minnesota. From childhood to adulthood, I’ve had many harrowing experiences. My friends have been telling me for years, “You gotta write a book. Nobody would ever believe it.” Well, now older and not necessarily smarter, I’m taking a shot at it.
I have been active in outdoor activities (hunting, fishing, and camping) all my life. My first canoe trip into the Superior National Forest was when I was five years old. I had been a swamper and worked my way up to be a guide in northern Minnesota, and in Canada, I have fished and hunted in many states and ended up in Alaska in 1976 to stay. I have built and owned two remote cabins, a log shop, a log home; and I have a pilot’s license. These are my stories from Minnesota to Alaska. All are true.
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