Browsing All Posts filed under »Wine«

Culture Shock

July 27, 2012

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It is always jarring to return to the world outside of Bristol Bay after a season of commercial salmon fishing. The summer is full of intensity, but at the same time there is a sense of being away from it all. This year I will be making a further departure from Naknek, the town and […]

A Homecoming

June 29, 2012

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My sister came out to Naknek to visit us during fishing time. It is the first time she has been back to Bristol Bay for 9 or 10 years and we have been anticipating her visit with great excitement. I have been waiting to drink a special bottle of Champagne with her for quite some […]

Mom’s Day

May 29, 2012

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Happy Birthday to you! You have the glue that binds our family together and have created life-changing miracles by expecting nothing less than miracles. These expectations have been at work when we have needed them most. I wish I could be there to enjoy your special day with you, but we will celebrate soon and […]

For All the Moms

May 13, 2012

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I opened something from my splurge stash. Enjoy! Mel

Beastie Wine

May 5, 2012

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“I burn the competition like a flame thrower/My rhymes they age like wine as I get older,” is a Yauch rap from Beastie Boys album Hot Sauce Committee Part Two. Unfortunately, Adam Yauch is not getting any older, but his rhymes will continue to age like fine wine. Here’s another wine lyric taken from the […]

Happy Birthday!

May 1, 2012

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It’s your day Dad! You are probably already up and working on your boat getting ready for another season in Bristol Bay. Thank you for finding all of the salmon you have found over the years. They have provided for your family, your crewmembers’ lives and their families, and they have fed countless people around […]

Cheering For My Sister, Cheers!

March 19, 2012

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This morning I got news from my sister that she was recognized by New York Times chief wine critic, Eric Asimov, in the paper’s Diner’s Journal blog. A number of NYT editors chimed in to the post “What We’re Reading” and Asimov gave a nod to Hawk Wakawaka Wine Reviews post entitled Thinking Frank Cornelissen: […]

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Pure Alaska Salmon

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the fishing blues

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Fisher Poet

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saignée

the crushed grape, crying out for revenge