Volunteer Meeting

January 8, 2013 Potential and returning Iditarod volunteers gather at the Millenium Hotel Redington Ballroom to discuss volunteer postions for this year’s Iditarod race to begin March 2nd in downtown…

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Weekend Kayaking

I spent this past weekend with dozen guys on a men’s retreat kayaking in Prince William Sound.  There were crazy wet and rolling waves and one great calm, mostly sunny…

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Welcome to Unk! March 10, 2013

We spent a few hours in the morning in Kaltag and then hitched a ride with Mike Swalling again to Unalakleet. Check out a couple photos from Kaltag and a…

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Welcoming Arm in Huslia

Welcome to Huslia.  Huslia is a small village located on the banks of the Koyokuk river, which is a tributary of the Yukon River.  This is the home town of…

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Westchester Behind the Scenes

On the last day of July, I had the pleasure of going with Jeff on his recent adventure to Westchester Lagoon. The goal of the evening was to photograph at…

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Where’s “THE” Picture

Sometimes when going out into the field, “THE” photo stands out like a sore thumb. Sometimes finding the ideal composition is a bit elusive. And sometimes I walk right past.…

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Windy in Unalakleet

Last night we arrived into Unalakleet with winds over 30mph with blowing snow.  Our Iditarod Air Force Pilot, Jerry, did a flawless job on landing in those conditions.  Once we…

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Winter Landscapes

While the weather in Alaska has been quite odd this winter–not much snow, lots of warm weather–when the weather does cooperate I just enjoy driving to a location and hiking…

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Yarn Bombing – What Bombing?

Yes, you read it right. I said yarn bombing. I’m guessing a handful of people have heard of this, most not. Here’s my story…and I’m sticking to it. My wife…

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Year of High-Fives

This year during the ceremonial start of the Iditarod it seemed to me it was the “year of high-fives”. Every year as the mushers run down the streets and bike…

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