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Why Alaskans book vacation in October

Many Alaskan already dream about their next get-a-way to the warm beaches of Hawaii and Mexico in October. They book these trips when the Permanent Fund Dividend (PFD) is paid out in October, and the PFD sales are on. 358 more words

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Avoid to dress for catching a cold

In Interior Alaska, temperature can fall more than 40F (20C) within less than 10 hours, which can make dressing a challenge. This sudden temperature change is often related to the down break of the Chinook/Föhn that can lead to temperatures above the freezing point even in January. 285 more words

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Review of Marine Layer T-shirt: style meets sustainability

Have you ever heard of Marine Layer? I hadn’t until last month Eliza from Marine Layer asked me whether I would like to review their products. 744 more words

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Menswear Meets Weekend

As I’m sure you can tell by now, my wardrobe, for the most part, resembles that of a twenty-something metrosexual male. And as for the other part, I seemingly find myself curating the most ultra-feminine pieces; a product of my personality, I’m sure (I’m one for extremes). 69 more words

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Rainiest summer since 1906 makes for rare OOTD

Today I present you are rare outfit of this summer. Rare because this year the summer was no real summer in the Interior. Well, of course technically speaking, it was summer as June, July and August are defined as summer on the Northern Hemisphere, but I associate summer with sunshine, sitting outside on a deck at the river, blue skies and flat convective clouds (cumulus humilis), and temperatures in the lower 80s (~27C). 311 more words

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Why Germans associate polka dots with Erich Kästner

When I wore this outfit my photographer said “Pünktchen und Anton”. This is the title of a book written by Erich Kästner published in 1931 and filmed in 1953 and 1999. 317 more words

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Are there birds in Alaska in winter|new OOTD

Tonight I woke up from a lot of noise, bird noise. Sandhill cranes obviously had left the nearby crop field in huge numbers and were flying south right over the house. 496 more words

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