Sometimes, I loathe the journey, and appreciate the destination much more. This is particularly true with something like skate skiing. Every year, my skate ski season starts off the same: I watch these YouTube skate ski drill videos that my friend gave me years ago and then I go out for my first skate ski … More Finding my Skate Ski Legs
Heading to the top portion of Southeast Alaska this summer? Although I haven’t spent much time in the southeast, it is one area where I do want to do more. Here are a few suggestions for those that enjoy getting out and about! Travel by ferry: Why travel by ferry? 1. It is easier and … More Suggestions for Juneau, Haines, and Skagway, Alaska
I’ve been fishing for halibut in the Cook Inlet of Alaska since 1997. This summer marks my 20th anniversary living in Alaska. 20 years. How did that happen? While it’s hard to believe that much time has passed, I’ve grown to love deep sea fishing. Keep in mind that this doesn’t mean that I’m an … More Gettin ‘but-Fishing Tales in Alaska 5
Mother Earth does it again in Alaska, and as usual, she makes everything better!
I love Alaskan fall. Growing up in Georgia, fall was always one of my favorite seasons. I love everything about it-how the cold air fills my lungs, and how seeing the frost on my tent in the mornings reminds me that winter is near. It also reminds me of my childhood, when the family use to … More Biking Denali in the Fall, Take Two