I remember going fishing when I first got to Alaska. I was young and enchanted by the glittering shine of the land of the midnight sun.
This year my family is taking on a new challenge: the Five Salmon Family Challenge, a program being offered by the ADF&G.
There were surely fishermen who caught more fish than Skeet and bigger ones, perhaps with better techniques; but no one loved fishing more.
I learned about the magnitude of the Gulf of Alaska as a youth in Yakutat when my father decided we would take up commercial fishing.
JustServe.org facilitates connections between people wanting to volunteer in the community, and local nonprofits looking for volunteers.
Veterans Court is a specialized court designed to facilitate the rehabilitation of eligible veterans who are charged with criminal offenses.
I have always believed that we are privileged with the responsibility of serving one another and living outside of our own lives.
If you are anything like me, it takes a hefty supply of vitamin D tablets and a whole lot of planning or as I like to call it, “quiet time.”
This winter is my 57th consecutive Alaskan winter and yet I only this year discovered the Willow Winter Carnival.
In Atlanta, a large community park celebrates dog mushing, and one of their own residents who ran and finished it in 2002, Bill Borden.