Eklutna by Ice

Well, Anchorage just set a new record and needless to say it’s not one we are excited about! This February we logged 37 days without any snowfall, a record that had stood since 1958. Thanks to… Continue reading

Sweet Arrival

Woodsen & I are excited to announce that on Good Friday, March 25th, 2016 at 11:11 am we welcomed into the world the most beautiful little girl we have ever laid eyes on. She… Continue reading

Ice Skating Wasilla Creek

Earlier in the week I had seen a friend’s pictures of ice skating in the Palmer Hay flats that looked pretty spectacular! After getting the skinny from her I added it to the… Continue reading

Manitoba Hut Getaway

For the last seven weeks Woodsen has been on call, which was a great opportunity to make a little extra cash before our baby arrives, but it has left me very antsy to… Continue reading

Sunset Skate at Potters Marsh

For my birthday this year I asked for nordic skates. We first used them last winter and I was quickly hooked on the simple idea of putting a nordic binding on a blade and… Continue reading

Ski Day in Turnagain

A week or so ago Woodsen had added a Ski day to the calendar after hearing that Turnagain had gotten a fresh layer of snow. Little did we know how well we had picked… Continue reading

Serpentine Hot Springs

This summer during our trip touring the Seward Peninsula we followed the coast to Whales then turned East to Serpentine Hot Springs. Serpentine is approximately 85 miles North of Nome and is only… Continue reading

Fall Glory at Lake George.

When the leaves start to turn in Alaska I always breathe a sigh of relief. As much as I love summer it’s a manic season, always rushing from one trip to the next.… Continue reading

Across Alaska Part III- Exploring the Seward Peninsula

As hard as it was to leave our personal beach at the Moon Mountains, the stunning and ever changing coastline was a great distraction. It wasn’t long before we were swept into the… Continue reading

Across Alaska- Part II The Moon Mountains

After arriving in Nome the plan was to unpack the plane, take what we would need for the next few days, and set off to explore the peninsula. This was the part of the… Continue reading