It truly felt like The Last Frontier as advertised on the state’s license plates. Remote, rugged, isolated . . . […]
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Wrangell-St. Elias – Does the Park Live Up to the Hype?
“Incredible. You must see Wrangell-St. Elias National Park to believe it. Number and scale loom large here, magnified by splendid […]
More than Meets the Eye in Glacier Bay National Park
You can’t drive to the small community of Gustavus AK (population ~400), which serves as the gateway to Glacier Bay […]
Three Days in Sitka with (Almost) No Rain
If you’re visiting a rainforest, expect rain. Our travels this summer include ten days in the southeast Alaska rainforest, starting […]
Alaska On My Mind
As you peruse this post, Bill and I will be in the early days of a five-week adventure in Alaska. […]
We Have Travel Plans!
Time to pull out the suitcases and tune up the Subaru, because these two erstwhile travelers are getting ready to […]