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Play With Fire - Book Review
Play with Fire is the fifth Kate Shugak novel by author Dana Stabenow. Kate and friends are harvesting mushrooms the summer following a nasty forest fire. After a wet and mild spring,morel mushrooms were ripe for the picking. Unfortunately, they found something else that was a little ripe.
Tongass National Forest
The Tongass National Forest is large. 16.9 million acres large. 80% of the Southeast or Inside Passage Region falls within the Tongass. It is the largest National Forest in the United States and the world’s largest temperate rainforest. That's large!
Cruising the Inside Passage
An Alaskan Inside Passage cruise is an awesome experience! It is a taste of the state that will whet your appetite for more.
Juneau Alaska is named for Joe Juneau. He and Dick Harris discovered gold in this area in 1880. After one year of being named Harrisburg, it was changed to Juneau when it was realized that it was not to be a fly by night town. Seems the lower 48 already had too many Harrisburg’s!
To the north of the Aleutian Island chain, about 750 miles west of Anchorage, Alaska and 500 miles east of Siberia, Russia, are the Pribilof Islands. There are hundreds of islands in the state of Alaska, but these have a special draw.
Woman travels Alaska - Book Review
The year is 1899, and a woman has decided to travel alone to Alaska to stake her claims for gold.
Packing for Alaskan Cruise
It's time to pack for your cruise. Where to begin? Read on for suggestions and tips on making this task a little bit easier.
Gold in Alaska
Gold is the Alaska state mineral and there was a Gold Rush in Alaska, only the tales cannot seem to agree on when it happened exactly.
Natives of Alaska
Before the times of cruise ships, airplanes, and tourists, there were a people who lived in, and with respect of, this great land. There are 218 federally recognized tribes in Alaska!
Cold Day Murder - Book Review
A Cold Day for Murder. In the first of the Kate Shugak series by author Dana Stabenow, the stage is set to lure readers into great mysteries set in Alaska.
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