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When we arrived in Alaska in 1967, one of the main summer occupations was picking wild berries.
If you haven’t had a new beginning with Jesus Christ, now is a good time to get started.
Last week was a bit wild with the fire flare ups, road closures and hanging smoke. Until the winds finally showed up, the inside of… Continue reading
About a little history of Alaska during the oil boom of the 1960s
With more than two months since I started this project, what’s taking me so long?
Coho sport fishing on the Lower Kenai River is picking up but still reported as slow.
When can we expect a break in this low-roast scenario?
Taking visitors to see the peninsula is a summertime tradition.
I was forced to admit that I had been seeing other dogs.
All rhubarb, all the time
Hubby and I were pleased to be asked to participate in the Fourth of July parade.
This week’s recipes: salad dressing cake, hamburger stew, smoked candy salmon strips
Annual festival returns with increased camping space, costume contest and more
Megan covers education, city government, local sports, crime and, sometimes, arts and entertainment.
I had one of those milestone birthdays in the recent past. One of those birthdays that makes you scratch your head and wonder how I… Continue reading
In encaustic painting, artists melt a media of beeswax and damar to about 220 degrees Fahrenheit.
It’s time to take a look at this Week of July 16 - July 22.
Here is the rest of the story and thanks for asking.
It’s so hot … robins are pulling worms out of the ground with oven mitts.
It is difficult to describe the experience of “going to the cabin.”