Jack Randall

When Jack Randall disembarked from a U.S. Army troopship at the Port of Whittier, Alaska, in April of 1949, little did he know that fifty-six years later he would write a book about the Red-necked Grebes that, in winter, also sail the waters of Prince William Sound. In the ensuing years, Jack has: served through the Korean War; settled in Cooper Landing, Alaska, where his four children attended a one-room school; in 1959, with his twenty-six foot sloop ?Sea Otter, ? pioneered modern-day sailing...See more