Contest to win a copy of One Man's Wilderness
This website, OneMansAlaska.com, was named in honor of a famous book about a man who lived in Alaska. That book is named One Man's Wilderness, written by Richard Proenneke.
Mr. Proenneke moved to Alaska in 1950 (before Alaska was a state), initially working on Kodiak Island. In 1968 Mr. Proenneke "retired", and moved to an area known as Twin Lakes, where he built a cabin in the wilderness with his own hands, ran into the occasional bear, took a lot of video footage, and wrote the journal that eventually become One Man's Wilderness. He lived in that cabin for nearly thirty years.
To honor this wonderful book, and the independent spirit of Alaska the book embodies, I've decided to hold a contest once a year to give away free copies of the book. To enter the contest, and a chance to win one of three free paperback copies of One Man's Wilderness, all you have to do is sign up to receive my newsletter, using the link below. My newsletter will be sent out once every month or two, but never more than once a month.
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