Traveler's Guides to Alaska
- Anchorage Guide
- Seward Guide
- Juneau Guide
- Cordova Guide
- Valdez Guide
- Whittier Guide
- Prince William Sound Guide
- Copper River Valley Guide
- McCarthy and Kennicott Guide
- Ketchikan Guide
- Sitka Guide
- Wasilla Guide
- Fairbanks Guide
- Skagway Guide
Traveler's Guides to Canada
Author Archives: Newman
Salvage experts board grounded Shell drilling rig | State News | ADN.com.
Alaska’s Statehood. On January 3, 1959, President Eisenhower signed a proclamation to make Alaska the 49th state. Some celebrate Alaska Day as the birthday, others Jan. 3 – Me? Every chance I get! Thanks Ike!
THE CB300 RACE STARTS JANUARY 12, 2013 in Glennallen, Alaska via Copper Basin 300 Sled Dog Race.
What is a sun pillar? | Earth | EarthSky. One of my favorite sights in the Alaskan Winter, a light pillar. They are cause by ice crystals and NOT UFOs.
Portrait Alaska by Clark James Mishler — Kickstarter. Support Clark James Mishler and get a very cool Portrait Alaska book.
Ticket to Tailgate presented by Alaskan Brewing: Enter to win $5,000 for Flow Tailgate Alaska – Freeskier Magazine
We’ve teamed up with Flow Tailgate Alaska and the Alaskan Brewing CO. to give away the shred trip of a lifetime. From now until February 28, upload your best backcountry (or sidecountry) edit to our “Ticket To Tailgate” vimeo group … Continue reading
I got to Valdez in November. I woke up the first morning and it was fucking cold. It was negative temps, windy and dark. They asked me if I was a “turn a wrench guy “or an “email guy”. I … Continue reading
It was one of the greatest triumphs of the U.S. Army in 1942, and one of the boldest homeland security initiatives ever undertaken. A job, some said, that was better suited for Paul Bunyan than it was for inexperienced military … Continue reading
November Is Native Heritage Month Mission: To celebrate Alaska Native and American Indian Cultures and share our traditions and contributions. Goals: To educate and inform others of the diverse Alaska Native groups, their traditions, knowledge, ways of life, and contributions. … Continue reading
FRONTLINE probes the fault lines of a growing battle in the Bristol Bay region of Alaska, home to the world’s last great wild sockeye salmon fishery – and enormous mineral deposits. via Alaska Gold | FRONTLINE | PBS.