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All kinds of weather on the Alaska Peninsula

The hours seemed to fly by as we talked with John (the captain of Kittiwake—see last post) and we only realized the time when it got dark and a light rain started to fall.  684 more words

Arctic Voyage

Black JAXX Bar-B-Q Season Opener

Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls, if you like Bar-B-Q and you want some outstanding grub…. then Black JAXX Bar-B-Q is the place you want to eat.   137 more words

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Cee's Fun Foto Challenge: Religious Buildings

Holy Assumption of the Virgin Mary Russian Orthodox Church

Built circa 1895 in Kenai, Alaska

A sign next to this little building across the street reads: 32 more words

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Kenai River Spring Fishing

The first week of April brought out many fishermen to try their luck on the World famous Kenai River.

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Climate of change — Municipal leaders advise local action on climate change adaptation plan

By Jenny Neyman

Redoubt Reporter

Even after a full-day conference on the local effects of climate change, participants weren’t ready to let the topic drop. 1,636 more words

Ecology

Too hot for salmon to handle? Stream temperatures increasing on Kenai Peninsula

By Jenny Neyman

Redoubt Reporter

When Sue Mauger, a stream ecologist with Cook InletKeeper, came to Alaska and took her first water temperature reading on the Anchor River, she thought she knew what she would find. 1,254 more words

Ecology

Good Morning From Alaska

Sunrise over the Kenai Mountains on November 14th, 2014.  These mountains lie to the east of Soldotna Alaska.  The Sterling Highway meanders through these mountains to reach the Seward Highway at approximately Mile Post 38 at Tern Lake.   447 more words

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