I was born in a log cabin in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. After carving my space out of the wilderness I fished my way into the Fisherman's Hall of Fame. I currently reside in a luxury igloo in Juno, Alaska, with my husky, Mr. Mountbatton. I've made extensive expeditions into the hinterlands in search of the yeti. I'm divorced with eight children. I enjoy warm nights cuddling in front of the fireplace and ice bathing. I hold a Ph.D in anthropology, which is why people call me Doc.
Roving editor-at-large for Survivalist magazine.