Our small but mighty team here at Alaska magazine has been talking a lot about food lately. While these wonderful conversations are constantly making us hungry, it’s all in preparation for our first ever September Fall Harvest issue—focusing on all the bounty that Alaska has to offer. I have...
Goodbye cruel winter IT’S TELLING THAT I STORE EACH YEAR’S March snapshots in a folder labeled “Spring” rather than “Winter.” By March, we in the northern latitudes are all too ready to call a sunny 20-degree day spring.
Cameras I have known and lost
One Point of Agreement [by Michelle Theall]
by Susan Sommer
We’re lucky to have this kind of adulthood [by Melissa Bradley]
A thousand casts is a small price to pay. [by Russ Lumpkin]
“Come, and follow me…” resonated like a spiritual [by Russ Lumpkin]
(from the February 2017 issue) Being nice when you don’t have to be. [by Russ Lumpkin]
I arrived in Girdwood, Alaska, on Thanksgiving Day after spending a month on the road. Our journey started in Colorado and we explored the Pacific coast all the way up to Vancouver, where we quickly revamped our plan because camping in a tent every night in the cold and snow is not as glamorous at...