James J. Pizzadili is originally from Delaware and studied Forestry at the University of Idaho. His background includes wildland firefighting for the U.S. Forest Service and BLM, timber cruising and logging, and working in the Bering Sea crab fleet. Since 1993, he has been saving lives as a doctor of chiropractic in Anchorage, Alaska.
Over Our Heads in Every Way By James J. Pizzadili Back in the early 1970s whitewater river travel in Idaho was more motorized than today. Jet boats prowled up and down the Main Salmon River and the Snake River, carrying … Continue reading →
By James J. Pizzadili The old cowboy stood along U.S. 95 with his thumb out. He was dressed in clean ostrich-skin cowboy boots, jeans, brown leather jacket, and a large Stetson. He looked a bit weathered and worn, but not … Continue reading →