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Dutch Harbor Crabs Return!

“We are still trying to understand the changes underwater as more sea life is restored,” said a marine biologist at Waterbank University. “First we saw river crabs at East River, now another type of crab, the Dutch Harbor Crab has returned. 66 more words


Relay For Life Event Continues With Sail For Life

The Relay for Life event booth and vendor at Dutch Harbor continues attract donations.

The Relay for Life fundraising event to help the American Cancer Society is continuing with booths and events around SL. 516 more words


Time out for temporary relocation

Due to my husband’s health needs, we have been living with a son for several months at Unalaska/Dutch Harbor, largest fishing port in the U.S. Now it’s the other son’s turn… 48 more words

Pilot Aids in Search For Long Lost Plane

Pilot Lori (mysteriousdots) stands aside her Carpool Grumman S-2 Tracker (link), outfitted with search equipment.

Ever since Flight O-23 was lost seventy years ago, people have been looking for it. 151 more words


Bandit 60 Sales Exceed Supply!

The most recent release from Bandit Boats, the Bandit 60 has passed expected sales and was actually in short supply over the holiday. The newest craft from the prolific manufacturer is a popular “world cruiser” and features a larger cabin and more features for the sailor that makes longer trips. 78 more words


Christmas... in Dutch Harbor

Tough to say no to Christmas on a windy Aleutian island, in the company of hundreds of bald eagles. Happy Holidays!


Post the Hundred-and-Ninth: Alaska

Gentle Reader, as is something of a tradition, as a young man I spent a season in Alaska, working in the fishing industry. My Grandfather was stationed up there for a time, with the civil service; my father and uncles from both sides fished for years; several of my cousins are fishing now.  482 more words