Slim Randles

Anthony “Slim” Randles has pretty much divided his time between outdoor pursuits and writing. An avid student of archery and fly fishing, Slim has competed in two Senior Olympics national championships in archery, and competed in the Highlands Open Archery Tournament in Inverness, Scotland.
A newspaperman since 1964, Slim has been a columnist and feature writer for the largest daily newspapers in Alaska and New Mexico: The Anchorage Daily News and The Albuquerque Journal.
Randles’s outdoor background includes long-distance dogsled trips in Alaska, competing in the very first Iditarod Dogsled Race, rodeoing in California as a teenager and young adult, primarily in the roping events, and training horses. He also spent eight summers packing mules in the eastern High Sierra for Sequoia-Kings Pack Trains.
He and his wife, Catherine Arntzen, live in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA