Carter G Walker
In my attempt to live out the adage “Write what you love,” I have used my opportunities as a freelance journalist to pursue a fusion of interests and passions — from a ski-mountaineering adventure on Svalbard and a cruise up the length of Norway, to a sampling of guest ranches on Montana’s Rocky Mountain Front. There have been literary profiles; stories on healthcare, education and the outdoors; architectural pieces; and features on historical figures. Each story opens my eyes and expands my thinking, my understanding, in some meaningful way. When someone pays me to research and share with readers a subject that fascinates me, I truly believe I have the best job in the world.
Big Sky Journal Fly Fishing Issue • February 2014
... In my 20s, I was compelled — for reasons I didn't know then and probably couldn't explain even now — to undertake a 400-mile, white-knuckled drive from my home in Montana to the Salmon River near Stanley, Idaho, in pursuit of Oncorhynchus mykiss, steelhead trout ...
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