Pete and Sheila Peterson in Juneau in 1970, soon after they arrived from Michigan to both take teaching positions.
The Petersons aboard their first gillnet boat, the F/V AnneLee, in 1981.
Heather (age 2) en route to the Taku Inlet fishing grounds with her father Pete.
Formerly the site of a bustling salmon cannery south of the Taku Inlet, the two cabins at Taku Harbor State Marine Park where Heather and Scott Peterson spent their childhood summers with their parents, Pete and Sheila.
Sheila with Heather and Scott (ages 4 and 2, respectively) aboard the F/V Brandt, about to head down to the cabins at Taku Harbor while Pete goes out fishing.
Heather (age 9), Scott (age 7), and their dog Bingo working aboard the F/V AnneLee.
Scott and Heather working on their "dance routines" in between picking salmon on the F/V AnneLee.
Pete, Heather and Heather's husband, Kirk, packing fish boxes in the family garage in 2003, the first summer Taku River Reds shipped salmon to customers in the "Lower 48."