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

Across Alaska- Part I Nome-ward Bound

Ever since we got married three years ago it has been our tradition to get a chunk of time off in late June, when Alaska summer is at its prime, and head out… Continue reading

Across Alaska in a SuperCub

Every year Woodsen & I try to finagle our work schedules to get a chunk of time off during the summer to explore a new part of Alaska. This year we decided on heading to the… Continue reading

Johnson Pass- First Ride of the Season!

Johnson Pass has been on the to-do list for a while.  We’ve heard it’s a great trail but has a tendency to get a bit overgrown in the summer. We both hate fighting devils… Continue reading

Halibut Cove

I have always heard about Halibut Cove, its long boardwalk, galleries, and the lone restaurant the Sultry. Recently I couldn’t get away from all the dreamy pictures of it that kept popping up. I reallllly wanted to… Continue reading

Valdez Fly-In 2015

The weekend following the Ultima Thule Geo Cache we all head west to Valdez for more airplanes and more competitions. The Valdez fly-In is most known for its Short Take Off and Landing… Continue reading

Egg hunt in the Wrangells

The yearly Ultima Thule Geocache is the one event that I have, and will continue to plan my spring calendar around. In early May our friends at Ultima Thule Lodge invite us and… Continue reading

Monday Night Tug Time.

Last night I enjoyed brodies on the tarmac in the tug for the first time. Another great perk of marrying a pilot! Not to worry we burned rubber before we hooked up the plane. When… Continue reading

Cha cha chaga

Woodsen and I first heard of Chaga via an article in our local newspaper the Alaska Dispatch. The article described all the health benefits, where you could buy a “chagalatte” here in town, and… Continue reading