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omens and earthquakes.

omens were everywhere

peeking in and out

like the desperate sun stretching

through heavy clouds.

nelys the alchemyst card drawn

from my oracle deck 272 more words


Gettin 'but-Fishing Tales in Alaska 5

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? 560 more words


Clean record —  CIRCAC marks 25th anniversary protecting Cook Inlet from oil

By Jenny Neyman

Redoubt reporter

The Cook Inlet Regional Citizens Advisory Council is in the news these days for the best possible reason — celebrating 25 years of successful operation — rather than anything dramatic to do with its mission to prevent oil spills or pollution in Cook Inlet. 615 more words


Alaskan Adventure Reblog #3 - Halibut and Razor Clams in Ninilchik, AK

No, we are NOT in Alaska!

I will be re-publishing some of the most popular stories from our 2012 Alaskan Adventures while Mona Liza enjoys the sweltering heat of the Philippines.   777 more words

Where We Have Been

The Sleeping Lady, Mount Susitna; 09 May 2011

Looking north from Point Woronzof Park
Anchorage, Alaska; 09 May 2011

Mount Susitna, also known locally as The Sleeping Lady, is an iconic landmark just beyond Knik Arm and Cook Inlet.