National Geographic : 1984 Jan
ALASKAS SOUTHEAST APlace Apart By BILL RICHARDS CECILY STERN, A WRITER, ALSO MUSCLES HER OWN FISHING BOAT OUT OF HAINES. RIGHT: FEEDING HUMPBACK WHALES LATHER FREDERICK SOUND. WILLIAM THOMPSON (ABOVE) AND ROSEMARY CHASTNEY, OCEAN IMAGES, INC. It isa land of exuberance. Nature here delights the eye with grand spectacles. But nature also challenges the men and women of Southeast with hardships that, like any Alaskans, they both curse and endure with enthusiasm.