My mind is in a bit of a fog. It happens every year in the fall. The busy flying season is just about over, and our Alaskan bodies seek hibernation.
And truthfully, I do think a lot about rest and how it applies to us pilots. We all know fatigue is a real thing and we perform less than optimal if we’re worn out.
Our careers and journeys also come in stages, or better yet, seasons. There is a season for every stage. A time to push, a time to rest, a time to simply “let it be” and enjoy the season.
So while the lake gets sleepy, and the float planes are soon tucked away, what is YOUR next season?