Alaska is truly the last frontier and home to many of the country's National Parks. Visiting the great State of Alaska was the perfect way for me to honor the 100-year anniversary of the National Park Service. After a 45-minute stunning flight in a small prop plane over Cook Inlet, I arrive in Chinitna Bay. This very remote area on the SE end of Lake Clark National Park is the protected habitat of the Brown bear. As we pass over Bear Camp and the mudflats, there are 50+ bears below! A harrowing landing on a strip beach, a quick change into some waders, and we are off to catch the last light.