Ned Rozell has walked, skied, driven, and flown across Alaska, and he's lived there more than half his life, so it must be home. He's written more than 700 newspaper stories about natural history and science, and has written 80 more for Alaska Magazine. He has three Alaska-related books and counting; Walking my Dog, Jane, is about that hike across Alaska with a dog that won't come along again. His latest work is Alaska Tracks; Footprints in the Big Country from Ambler to Attu. He writes a weekly column about life and science in Alaska, provided by the University of Alaska's Geophysical Institute.