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Dallas Seavey holds his leaders, Diesel, left, and Guiness after he arrived at the finish line to claim victory in the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race in Nome, Alaska

Rainbow over Teklanika River - Denali Nat'l. Park in Alaska

Glacier Bay Alaska

The Hammer Museum in Haines, Alaska, is the only museum in the whole world that is devoted entirely to hammers. Hammers, hammers, everywhere. There are more than 1,400 of them on display in this unique museum, which is very easy to spot if you're in the area and looking because of the very large hammer that stands out in front of the building.

The Hammer Museum in Haines, Alaska, is the only museum in the whole world that is devoted entirely to hammers. Hammers, hammers, everywhere. There are more than 1,400 of them on display in this unique museum, which is very easy to spot if you're in the area and looking because of the very large hammer that stands out in front of the building.

Alaska coast. Sigh. It calls my soul back everyday. Soon...

Fourpeaked Mountain also known as Fourpeaked Volcano is an active stratovolcano in Alaska. The Alaska Volcano Observatory currently rates Fourpeaked as Aviation Alert Level Green and Volcanic-alert Level Normal.

Train ride through the mountains in Skagway, Alaska during my cruise drul

The winner of this year's 2012 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, Dallas Seavey, pulls into a checkpoint at Unalakleet, Alaska.

Anchorage, Alaska with Mount Susitna in the background. (FaceBook, March 30, 2012 -- photographer unknown)

Ice melt, McCarty Glacier, Alaska. Left: July 30, 1909. Right: August 11, 2004.

This is not a photo shopped picture! It was taken just a few days ago by a guy who lives in Alaska. I will never complain about the local cats again! :)

If You Lived Here, I'd Know Your Name: News from Small-Town Alaska

Iditarod Alaska