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Deer & Dumpling Soup Recipe

Deer and Dumpling Soup Recipe

Deer and Dumpling Soup Recipe Deer can be found in South East Alaska and some southern points of interior Alaska like Kodiak island where they have been transplanted. They are not as commonly hunted as caribou or moose, but they do have some of the best flavors in big game hunting. Until recently, the deer […]
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Alaska Childrens Books To Read

Top 18 Alaska Children's Books

Top 18 Alaska Children's Books Alaska is fascinating to people of all ages and the hunger for stories about the far north is seemingly endless. Snow, mountains, mushing, moose, and the northern lights are all images that come to mind when dreaming of the north. Children love to read stories about Alaska and the animals […]
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Seward Alaska Boats in the Marina

Is Alaska A Good Place to Live

Is Alaska A Good Place To Live? The last frontier or the far north lifestyle is not for the faint of heart. This massive state attracts all sorts of individuals. People move here for adventure, the land, the peacefulness, the isolation, the resources, and more. Alaska is often referenced as a melting pot because of […]
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Fairbanks Alaska on a Map

24 Things To Do In Fairbanks

24 Things To Do In Fairbanks Fairbanks, the Golden Heart City, is the second-largest city in Alaska and lies 365 miles north of Anchorage in the heart of the interior. The town center follows both sides of the Chena River, a small, winding tributary of the larger Tanana River. Lying in the Tanana Valley and […]
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Seward Alaska Boat Harbor

20 Best Things To Do In Seward (Updated)

20 Best Things To Do In Seward (Updated) Seward is a coastal town roughly 120 miles from Anchorage Alaska. You can travel to this wonderful town by vehicle, train, or when their schedule is not affected by the COVID-19 virus, by cruise ship. This popular town was found on accident by a Russian fur trader […]
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Fun Things To Do In Wasilla Alaska

Fun Things To Do In Wasilla

Fun Things To Do In Wasilla Wasilla is less than 30 miles away from Anchorage and has a lot to offer the local Alaskan and the traveling visitor. The drive from Anchorage has beautiful views of the Knik River, the flats often inhabited by moose, and when the skies are clear, the hills of Hatcher's […]
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Alaskan Brown Bear Stroganoff Recipe

Alaskan Brown Bear Stroganoff Recipe

Alaskan Brown Bear Stroganoff Recipe Bear meat is a unique texture. It is somewhere between pork and beef. Like any wild animal, it does have a 'gamey' flavor when the fat or gristle is consumed but with the right preparation and recipe, that taste can be avoided. Some of the hunter's advice below is true; […]
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Blueberry Festival in Alyeska

Top Ten Festivals in Alaska

Top Ten Festivals in Alaska Despite the low population in the largest state, those who do call Alaska home know how to organize and have fun year-round. From music to art to sports, festivals are popping up around the state. Below are the top ten festivals in Alaska, but by no means are they the only ones […]
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Visiting The Homer Spit

17 Fun Things to Do in Homer

17 Fun Things to Do in Homer Alaska Homer is one of Alaska’s most picturesque towns with easily accessible beaches and classic Alaskan charm. In the summer, Homer is a popular travel destination for Alaskans and visitors alike. Accessible by the road system and by sea, you will want to make sure to visit Homer […]
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