Packers are an integral part of a guide operation. There would be five or six brutal days but worked in between would be easier days of camp chores. They also got to spend more time flying in the “super cub” with me, even if they were sitting back there on a moose quarter or a pack full of caribou meat. My guides might get to see a couple different camps in a season but most packers would make it to all the camps. I’m sure for most of those that had not flown in a small plane, it was quite an experience. Just because of their duties I spent more time with the packers. It was always surprising to me to see the comradery shown between the guides and packers since some of the packers would only be there one season. I have always been proud of AAA’s employees. Follow along and read some of the adventures of the “Packers”.