Monthly Archives: September 2016

K2-Glacier Landing -Denali

  I’m driving down Alaska’s Parks Highway when I see it. “That’s McKinley,” I say, as I pull over for a better view. My mouth is dry. Even though we’re 80 miles away, it looms large in the distance, its … Continue reading

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Seward Day Trip on the Gold Star Dome

I am standing on the open-air viewing platform of Alaska’s Gold Star Dome railcar, a mimosa in one hand, camera in the other, and the view is spectacular. We are passing by Kenai Lake, and the scenery, a reflection of … Continue reading

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Denali-pristine and uncompromising

  Wilderness is important, and not just to preserve the environment that we live in, but also to preserve our collective sanity. Yes, it’s important to protect endangered species simply because they deserve it, but it’s more important to preserve, … Continue reading

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