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In January of 2020 we arrived in Fort Yukon on the Yukon River. When we got there the river was held captive in over 3 ft of solid ice. It had gone from being…

Having never visited Alaska, we decided that a cruise would be a good introduction to the Land of the Midnight Sun. The cruise departed Seattle, Washington…

Last June I went on an Alaska Cruise that was one way from Anchorage to Vancouver, with views of the Hubbard Glacier, cruising through Glacier Bay National Park…

This UConn alumnus was fortunate to make his second trip to the great state of Alaska. I was there as a chaplain for one of the Summer league baseball teams.…

This UConn alumnus was fortunate to make his second trip to the great state of Alaska. I was there as a chaplain for one of the Summer league baseball teams.…

This UConn alumnus was fortunate to make his second trip to the great state of Alaska. I was there as a chaplain for one of the Summer league baseball teams.…

The shock of a 15 hour travel day from Ft. Lauderdale, FL to Kodiak, Alaska led me to this view shortly after my first meal on the island at Henry’s Great…

​​ ​ ​ I have waited out cloudy nights and snowy night to capture auroras ....just happen to manage to capture not only lights but Blood moon as well..

The other day, as I headed to get some groceries, I encountered a massive amount of fog that had settled in town! Now I personally LOVE fog, so this made me…

Here are a few pictures from our early weeks of training during June. We were all excited to get to know the park we were going to represent and work for.…

It has been interesting here in interior Alaska. Almost continuous snow fall for nearly a week and near blizzard like conditions on a few days. What I can I…

After landing in Port Alsworth we were dropped off at our "houses" for the summer. Soo, drum roll...Welcome to my tent house! Inside the tent was a fridge,…
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