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On the first Saturday in March, the mood in Anchorage, Alaska, is best expressed by a pack of huskies. More than 60 dogsled teams, each composed of 12 to 16 agile canines, assemble along Fourth Avenue for the ceremonial start of the Iditarod Trail...
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Arctic
Sailing threw Tracy Arm, a beautiful glacier fjord approximately 6 hours south of Juneau is spectacular with waterfalls and inlets around every knock 'n cranny. Any trip to Southeast Alaska is not complete without it nor is a copy of John Muir's...
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Arctic
I was paddling around a small cove in Southeast Alaska when a momma brown bear and her two cubs emerged from the edge of the forest. I sat quietly in my kayak watching them browse for food along the shoreline, occasionally lifting their noses to...
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500 2nd Ave, Fairbanks, AK 99701, USA
My bucket list included seeing the Northern Lights. This took me to the Chena Hot Springs Resort located an hour outside of Fairbanks, Alaska (the address is WRONG on the map). The Northern Lights are best seen in clear dark skies which is...
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Mile 79 Seward Hwy, Portage, AK 99587, USA
Alaska has some of the most amazing wildlife in the world. Here is a shot of a mother Elk and her calf basking in the sun. Just one of the many different animals that we came across during our trip.
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Homer Spit, Homer, AK 99603, USA
Viewed from the Spit in Homer, the midwinter sun reflects off the surface of Grewingk Glacier in the Chugach Mountains at the southern tip of Alaska's Kenai Peninsula. In summer, anglers inundate this "cosmic hamlet by the sea," but in winter,...