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Alaskan Wild Berries

An Introduction to Making Jams & Jellies “Where’s that extra sugar?!” I asked my husband this question after putting 4 ½ cups of the 6 cups of sugar the recipe called for in a pot of berry juice at a full rolling boil. If you are a jelly maker you know what I’m...

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Kenai Fjords National Park Wildlife Tour

The idyllic port town of Seward quickly disappeared behind us as we sped across the water to more pristine coastal wildlife habitat. The sky became mostly cloudy with patches of blue by the time we reached Agnes Cove where we were fortunate enough to view an orca (killer) whale with a calf swimming by her side.

The Passage

"The Passage" A Story of Fathers and Sons Traveling Alaska's Inside Passage About "The Passage" In 1974, Nathan Dappen's 20-year-old parents and uncle, Andy, built their own canoes, launched them into the Pacific, and became some the first people in modern history to...

Without a Trace – An Alaska Tragedy

On the east side of Anchorage in the Wonderpark area of town sits a decaying gas station. Time and elements have chiseled away at paint and trim. Vandals have destroyed the showroom windows plus a good portion of the interior. Someone lit a tire on fire in one of the garage stalls blackening the walls. In a few more years I have the nagging suspicion Yeager’s Service Station will be gone without a trace.

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The Passage

A story of growing up, growing old, and the wild paces that define us.

by Day’s Age Productions

A trip along the Alaskan Inside Passage, in hand-made canoes. Two brother’s complete their father’s journey 43 years later.
Watch the trailer here, and view the full version on June 14th, just in time for Father’s Day.

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Alaskan Wild Berries

An Introduction to Making Jams & Jellies “Where’s that extra sugar?!” I asked my husband this question after putting 4 ½ cups of the 6 cups of sugar the recipe called for in a pot of berry juice at a full rolling boil. If you are a jelly maker you know what I’m...

Artist Spotlight – The Sculpture Kid

Artist Spotlight IV: Bryce Ehmann From Kenton Media Bryce is a former welding student and a recent graduate of the art program at the University of Alaska Anchorage. Bryce takes his skills as a welder and passion for sculpting to make some truly eye catching...

Kenai Fjords National Park Wildlife Tour

The idyllic port town of Seward quickly disappeared behind us as we sped across the water to more pristine coastal wildlife habitat. The sky became mostly cloudy with patches of blue by the time we reached Agnes Cove where we were fortunate enough to view an orca (killer) whale with a calf swimming by her side.

The Passage

"The Passage" A Story of Fathers and Sons Traveling Alaska's Inside Passage About "The Passage" In 1974, Nathan Dappen's 20-year-old parents and uncle, Andy, built their own canoes, launched them into the Pacific, and became some the first people in modern history to...

Smoked Salmon Stuffed Poblanos

For preparing your salmon you can choose the smoking or non-smoking path. Both will lead you to a party-favorite dish, but if you choose to smoke your fish, be prepared to put in a lot more time.

Three of my Favorites

What is the main reason these three are among my favorites? Hardiness. These plants fight for their space in the garden and are easy to remove if they are needed somewhere else.

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Alaskan Wild Berries

An Introduction to Making Jams & Jellies “Where’s that extra sugar?!” I asked my husband this question after putting 4 ½ cups of the 6 cups of sugar the recipe called for in a pot of berry juice at a full rolling boil. If you are a jelly maker you know what I’m...

The Alaska Railroad

It isn’t until you reach the mouth of Turnagain Arm that the scenery really comes alive. Turnagain Arm offers incredible views of both the Chugach and Kenai Mountains.

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