The March 2011 issue of National Geographic Magazine features a 16-page story about the Alaska-Yukon Expedition. The photos were taken by Michael Christopher Brown and the story was written by Dan Koeppel. I wrote the legends and generated the data used in the 2-page map spread.
A signed copy makes a great keepsake or gift, or a special edition in your National Geographic collection.
As a child I used my parent’s library of National Geographic back issues for countless science and history projects. I never imagined that one day I’d be featured as one of those adventurous spirits who helped bring the world’s most remote and wild places to the mailbox of NG readers. I’ve been flattered before by accolades and recognitions for my adventures, but this NG article is undoubtedly the biggest honor that I’ve ever received. I hope you’re at least a fraction as excited as I am about this!