Father and sons find adventure in a trip to Alaska [by Archie Bowen]
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How to live through Alaska’s seasonal salmon battle—and enjoy it. [by Will Swagel] In the wee hours of a May morning, Robert Hayes, a battle-hardened veteran, begins scouting the banks of Ship Creek. He spies a number of familiar faces waiting for the 6 a.m. opener and gathers some intelligence...
The Pribilof Islands Premier birding and more [by Kevin McCarthy] ALASKA IS A WILD AND REMOTE PLACE, and it occurs to me while flying far out over the Bering Sea that few places, even in Alaska, are as wild and remote as my destination: the Pribilof Islands.
Pedaling to Girdwood on the Bird to Gird Trail [by Janice Tower] Biking on the Girdwood to Indian Trail is a uniquely Alaska experience, with stunning scenery, the possibility of wildlife encounters and fickle weather.
A new arrival in Glacier Bay [by Emily Mount] STEALTH IS NOT AN OPTION WHEN YOU’RE TRAMPING THROUGH WILLOWS. Schlock, schkoomp! My boots sink into ankle-deep muck, threatening to pull off as I wrestle my way across an open wetland.
[by Michelle Theall] Despite an economy driven by oil and commercial fishing, Valdez earns the moniker “Little Switzerland” honestly. The city of around 4,000 people rests in a deep fjord beneath the 5,000-foot peaks of the Chugach Mountains, with waterfalls cascading down lush green hillsides...
What researchers found in Alaska may surprise you. [By Barb Cooper]
I was as giddy as a child when I sat in front of the Christmas tree last winter, staring at the colorful pile of boxes, bags, and bows. We had already devoured the traditional family breakfast of muffins, and it was just about time for the unwrapping to begin.
The traditional art of tattooing [by Michael Englehard] DESPITE TATTOO PARLORS IN ALMOST EVERY CITY and celebrities flashing chic subcutaneous designs, facial tattoos still carry a stigma—try landing a bank job, even suited up fancily, when you look like Ray Bradbury’s Illustrated Man. In the...