|Buckleys being interviewed during the Whale Incident|
Now in their 70’s, they continue to repair signage, look for stray fishhooks, clear sections for paddlers along the Wilderness Waterway, guide biologists through mazes of mangroves, and canoe to contact visitors at backcountry chickees and land sites. They have recently added Isle Royale National Park to their resume and spend their summers at the historic Edison Fishery on Lake Superior hosting and interpreting to visitors.
The Buckleys were also interviewed by CNN Money about their volunteering life style and how retirees can save money. (http://money.cnn.com/gallery/pf/2013/10/28/retirees-travel/3.html)
*This article includes contributions from Alexandra Alter and James H. Burnett III via Miami Herald, November 2006)