A heads-up to the Alaskan tourism industry from considerably south of the border: Glancing at the Buenos Aires Herald newspaper this morning, we spied one piece of news from Alaska. A judge rejected somebody's appeal of the state's aerial wolf shooting policy. This is an Argentinean newspaper, albeit in English. I'd be willing to bet that this is the only piece of news from Alaska to appear in this paper in the last year, if not the last decade. Is aerial wolf control bad publicity for Alaska? It's definitely worldwide publicity!
On sabbatical in Argentina