|The Cessna Caravan ready to take us to Kavik|
|Quick pose before climbing into the plane|
|River views just before landing at Kavik|
|Flying through clouds|
I found camp to be one of the best hunting accommodations I have ever had. Running water, hot showers, electricity, excellent cooked meals, and even a washer and dryer were on hand for use. If you are wanting to go the Alaskan tundra, I highly encourage you to consider Kavik River Camp as your destination.
The camp has a ladder to the top of one of the sleeping trailers that is commonly revered to as "The Perch." Sue warned us that said ladder was not OSHA approved and climbing was at our own risk. This is the place to climb up and glance at the surrounding terrain. On my first visit to The Perch I saw a grizzly on the Kavik river that flows next to camp. He was majestic to see, but a vivid reminder there were big bears nearby.
|Views from the Perch|
Alaska has a law that does not allow a person to hunt the same day as they fly. This resets everyday at 3 AM, and theoretically a person could land at 2: 59 AM and then hunt at 3:00 AM. We unfortunately landed at 3:15 PM and had to wait for 12 hours to begin our hunt. I have high hopes for Caribou and great stories as I prepare for the hunt of a lifetime.