A light hearted and almost equal opportunity look at the sometimes bizarre lifestyles of Alaska men, and women Also quite a good guide to Alaska, featuring many out of the way spots, listed by type of people you might meet there...
|Title||:||Catch & Release the Insider's Guide to Alaska Men|
|Publisher||:||Hillside Pr First Edition edition January 1, 1997|
|Number of Pages||:||307 Pages|
|File Size||:||671 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Catch & Release the Insider's Guide to Alaska Men Reviews
I had this book before but some where along the way I lost it. Had to buy myself another! I have read several times and still laugh my "but" off. Being from Alaska I totally get the topics.
Hilarious book about real Alaskan men
Such a funny book! Just bought it for Christmas for my sister since we grew up in Alaska, and i'm really excited to give it to her. All Alaskans will get a kick out of it.
Funniest book on Alaska ever!
Although the odds are no longer good (the male/female population ratio in Alaska is now 50/50), you won't have to go far to find a woman who will vouch for the truth of the second part of that statement! For women, Catch and Release, by Alaska residents Jane Haigh, Kelley Hegarty-Lammers and Patricia Walsh, is a very entertaining guide to identifying and finding the Alaska man of your dreams. For guys, it provides a look at the competition - why does the term "Alaska men" have such a mystique to it?
After 10 years of living in Alaska and attempting to date these mythic creatures, I can only tell you that I'd add one last chapter myself, entitled "Bro Before Ho". I'll let you think about that one...