Photo by @Chrisburkard | Don Sheldon was a legend. Born in Colorado, he went to Alaska at age 18 seeking work and adventure. He became a pioneer glacier pilot and from his base in Talkeetna, Alaska, he transported climbers, skiers, fishermen, and other adventurers to areas inaccessible via ground transportation. He also built a tiny house, personally flying all of the building material to its remote location piece by piece. Years later, on his tiny rock outcropping amidst Denali National Park a larger shelter was created to celebrate his dedication to this wild place. Sheldon is a reminder and inspiration to live a life of purpose and a life of adventure. Deep in the wilderness, the vantage point from this cabin made it hard to tell what was Earth and what wasn’t, it felt like we were a part of the night sky on this vibrant night.