Knee Replacement Offers A New Lease On Life

At four weeks after knee joint replacement surgery, I am sitting on a log on the north shore of Eklutna Lake, eating and basking in the March sunshine.

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Cold, Heat, Wind: Three Exceptional Reads, All About Nature’s Pervasive Forces

In all three books, Streever delves deeply into the natural world with the sophisticated acumen of a biologist, yet with the wonder and curiosity of a child

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Wolverine Lake Trail Is Off The Beaten Track, But A Nice Ski

This trail should also not be confused with the Wolverine Creek Trail, which heads directly into the Talkeetna Mountains from the bridge at Wolverine Creek.

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A Little Trail Etiquette Goes A Long Way

I’m rather easy-going out on the trail, but I think a modicum of trail etiquette goes a long way toward making everyone’s experience better.

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Lion Head – The Little Hike With The Big View

Lion Head is located on AT&T property at Mile 106 of the Glenn Highway, just before the big downhill, left-hand turn leading to Caribou Creek.

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Enjoying winter: Setting up the Body to Succeed; Protecting the Extremities

I never took up ice skating was due to excruciating pain I suffered as a child because I wore tight-fitting skates with no insulation and skimpy socks.

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Having A Winter “Pic-Knik” Above The Knik

It’s easy to see why the first table was placed with the sprawling Knik Glacier ramping up to Mt. Goode, Marcus Baker, and other Chugach Mountain giants.

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