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Salmonfest 2015 (previously Salmonstock)
Salmon Fest in Homer July 31 - Aug. 2nd 2015
Beautiful poster, fabulous line-up ... and a cousin in Alaska to bunk with! Could happen.
Alaska pizzeria named as one of Tripadvisor's top 10 pizza places in the US | Alaska Dispatch News
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Alaska pizzeria (moose's tooth, best 'za in AK) named as one of Tripadvisor's top 10 pizza places in the US | Alaska Dispatch News
April 20, 2015 -- Paige Williams traces the strange journey of an Alaskan tribe’s totem pole from its rightful home to John Barrymore’s Beverly Hills estate: nyr.kr/1yjJdfJ (Courtesy Victoria Price)
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How a nearly 30-foot-tall Alaskan totem pole ended up in a movie star’s Beverly Hills estate: http://nyr.kr/1ctx6TD
Portage Glacier Pool, Alaska
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STUDY OF BLUE AND WHITE
Portage Glacier, Kenai Peninsula, Alaska
A Beautiful world
#Travel #Alaska Now that is cold~~ Portage Glacier Pool - Alaska | image by mikewheels
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Molly Pederson, right, and her daughter Laura Patkotak take a selfie as a bowhead whale, caught by Alaska Native subsistence hunters from their family is brought ashore in Barrow, Alaska
Year in Photos 2014 - WSJ.comLaura Patkotak, left, and her mother, Molly Pederson, took a picture as a bowhead whale, caught by Alaska Native subsistence hunters from their family, was brought ashore in Barrow, Alaska, on Oct. 7. Gregory Bull/Associated Press
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Nugget Falls at Mendenhall Glacier Recreation Area cascades 377 feet (115 m) onto a sandbar in Mendenhall Lake. The walk to the base of the falls will take you about 20 minutes each way. #Mendenhall #Glacier #NuggetFalls #Juneau #Alaska #Waterfall
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Denali National Park, Alaska
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Denali National Park, Alaska. What a beautiful photo. I would love to be wandering through there right now!
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Amazing clouds on Gareloi, Aleutian Islands, Alaska
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Do some pro cloud watching in the Aleutian Islands, Alaska
Aleutian Islands volcano | ... lenticular cloud above Gareloi Volcano in the Aleutian Islands, Alaska
"Lenticular Masquerade" by Joshua Cripps on Flickr - Amazing clouds, Aleutian Islands, Alaska
Aurora Over Anchorage 9/23/2014
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Aurora Over Anchorage - When the twitter notifications say the aurora is out, I drop everything, grab my camera, and zoom out the door. This week, that was a really good decision.
Matanuska Glacier in Alaska
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sources | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | MY TUMBLR BLOG | Matanuska glacier, Alaska. Thanksgiving is all about eating food, eating more food and going somewhere pretty while munching on more food on the way to the place where you would eat even more food.
Balto may score the bigger headlines—not to mention a famous statue in Central Park—but the famous sled dog who helped deliver a shipment of antitoxins to Nome, Alaska during a 1925 diphtheria outbreak had a lot of help. Particularly from Togo, whose own team of fellow sled dogs traveled twice the distance of Balto’s and traversed the 674-mile trek’s most treacherous parts. But as it was Balto’s team who finished the final leg of the journey, he's the one who grabbed most of the glory.
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12 Amazing Dogs to Remember on National Dog Day | Mental Floss
State Keeps Medicaid Expansion Study Secret | Alaska Public Media | The state is keeping a tight lid on a study it commissioned last year on expanding Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act. The expansion would provide health care coverage to about 40,000 low income Alaskans. The federal government would pay most of the bill. Governor Sean Parnell has decided not to expand Medicaid, for now. The study it won’t release is meant to inform the Governor on whether to reconsider that position.
New Study Sheds Light on Peopling of the Arctic | Alaska Public Media
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How To Save An Endangered Language | Alaska Public Media
Heat Pumps Tap Ocean’s Thermal Energy | Alaska Public Media
Mukluks or Kamik are a soft boot traditionally made of reindeer skin or sealskin and were originally worn by Arctic aboriginal people, including the Inuit and Yupik. The word "mukluk" is of Yupik origin, from maklak, the bearded seal, while "kamik" is an Inuit word.
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Sealskin kamik Inuit Boots
Thule Inuit - As the sun rises above the horizon in the spring it creates a bright glare as light reflects off the snow-covered earth. This glare can inflame the cornea of the eye, creating a painful and dangerous condition called “snow blindness”. Snow goggles restrict the amount of light reaching the eye and protect the wearer from this disabling affliction. Fleming/NWT Archives/N-1979-050:0655
Smiling Inuit man wearing bone snow goggles.
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Snow glasses and a fur coat.
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Smiling Inuit man wearing bone snow goggles. Looks futuristic, but it's traditional. Indigenous style!