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In summer, the Alaskan skies come alive with the hum of black flies. But in winter, Alaska goes silent. From the peak of Denali, you can hear the wind howl. In the Boreal forest, stand still and you’ll hear your heart beat. But every once in a while, another beat rings out in Alaska’s most isolated places. The war drums get louder, turn into a roar, and a helicopter emerges over the horizon. Mostly, Alaskan helis are filled with heart surgeons on vacation and bankers seeking a thrill. But occasionally, there’s a pro inside. Even more rare, there’s a skier like Bobby Brown in the cabin. And when that’s the case, the interruption of winter’s peace is most certainly worth it.

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