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Don't ever assume your spot

Training is hard. Real hard. Like I want to just throw in the towel hard. But I’m a person with an addictive personality and I’m always hungry for more. 633 more words

Perspective Shift Yields Better Path

I have worked at the Juneau State Office Building (SOB) since 1998. For the past ten years and probably longer, I have walked on my morning and afternoon breaks. 366 more words

Alaska

BBD: General Analysis, pt. 1

This is more of a thinking out loud post. I’m getting it down while it’s fresh and put down a few ideas until a better one comes along. 533 more words

Day 312: Dining at Seven Glaciers

The Alyeska Resort in Girdwood has a restaurant at the top of the North Face, which they say is the longest continuous double black ski run. 44 more words

Road Tripping

2015: White Nights

 

Sometime during the 1980’s Richard Chamberlain starred in a miniseries about John C. Fremont. Nicknamed “The Pathfinder” Fremont’s name was tied to the opening and growth of the American West – he led several expeditions into the American West during the 1840’s, rose to the rank of general in the Army and at one time was a viable contender for the presidency but bad luck and a bad temper cost him dearly and he died in obscurity without a penny to his name. 362 more words

Life

Lightning sparks fires over weekend around Eagle

May 26, 2015 1:00 p.m. – Rain, lower temperatures and higher humidity have helped moderate fire weather conditions in much of the state and, for the first time in two weeks there are no Red Flag Warnings in effect. 271 more words

Active Wildland Fire