Yeti Coolers Are Washing Up on Alaska Beaches

Duke Marolf via KUOW

Yeti coolers washing up on shore after the cargo ship Zim Kingston, en route from Busan, South Korea, to Vancouver, Canada, has Alaskan beachcombers cheering.

Bush pilot Duke Marolf of Seward, Alaska, found 23 coolers—19 Yetis, 3 Ozark Trails, and 1 Orca brand—by flying low over remote beaches of Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula and its offshore islands.

LINK (via Alaska Public Media)

One thought on “Yeti Coolers Are Washing Up on Alaska Beaches

  1. They’ll start running the rivers and trying to breed next. At the very least, fill their runs and riffles with pre-drunk beer and mineral water bottles and Cola cans. Slap a bounty on them, somebody, before it’s too late.

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