Whoever said “there is no such a thing as a stupid question” may need to think again.
Alaska, the 49th state, has been my summer home the last 11 years. Even though there are myriad challenges living so far away from civilization, and even though the weather tends to go from bitterly cold and icy in the winter to rainy and gloomy […]
Although Glacier Bay is over three-million of wilderness, it is mostly undeveloped, and it lacks the tourist infrastructure of the national parks in the lower 48. When I first moved to Glacier Bay National Park in remote Alaska, I didn’t know there were 10 things you could […]
“You are new. Who are you?” This was a common question I was asked in April when I first arrived at my new home in Glacier Bay National Park near Gustavus, Alaska. Everywhere I went, people accosted me introduced themselves, asking me dozens of questions. […]
This post is dedicated to me. You can read it if you want, but I didn’t write it for you.
On August 25th the night skies over Denali National Park were ablaze with the Aurora Borealis. I know this because the next day at work everyone said, “Did you see the AMAZING northern lights show last night? It was AWESOME!”