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A Foot Of Snow Fell in AK On Sunday!?!?!

I feel like this is a prank…

Reports of September snow falling on Mammoth Mountain came in late in the day and now I hear that it’s snowing in Alaska. 347 more words

Picture Quilt

It seems fitting to write a quilt-themed blog post while here in the edge of Alaska–the last frontier.  I think about how a finished quilt represents  hard work, spans many sweet memories, and makes one feel warmth.   2,768 more words

Open Fire Ban Lifted Wrangell-St. Elias National Park & Preserve News Release update, July 9

Open Fire Ban Lifted Wrangell-St. Elias National Park & Preserve News Release
July 9, 2015

Copper Center, Alaska – Effective immediately, open fires are allowed by park regulations on all Wrangell-St. 186 more words

Active Wildland Fire

Hello from Rainy Denali

Wow! I’ve done soooo much since I last posted. We’ve been making our way across Alaska, where most of our stops have limited internet access hence me not posting. 271 more words


Exploring Alaska

Hi guys

We are back from our trip to fabulous Alaska and Yukon Territory. What a breathtaking part of the world. As I couldn’t write for the blog from our trip (not much internet in the wilderness…) I would like to share our experiences in Alaska with you in today’s post and all about the Yukon in one of the next. 809 more words


Park Service Says Colorado Man Dies In Alaska Skiing Mishap

COPPER CENTER, Alaska (AP) — A Colorado skier had died after falling through a cornice in Alaska’s Wrangell-St. Elias National Park.

The National Park Service says in a release that Peter Inglis of Telluride, Colorado, fell into the cornice near the 7,000-foot level of the mountains, about 20 miles southeast of Chitina, near Tebay Lake, on Wednesday. 73 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