Name: Beth Baker
Residence: Eagle River, AK
Occupation: Retired Physician
Years lived in Alaska: 39
Current Location: Tony Knowles Coast Trail Point Woronzof
Date of Photo: January 8, 2021
Temperature: 29 F
Current Weather: Partly Cloudy
Image Description: Beth Baker poses with her fat tire bike along the Tony Knowles coastal Trail. Mount Susitna in the background.
What first brought you to Alaska:
I first came to Alaska because of the outdoors. The wilderness attracted me. And that’s why I came.
How has Alaska captured your heart?
Alaska has captured my heart because of the beauty here in Alaska. The scenery and also the people that live here and are also attracted to the outdoors. It’s just a very athletic outdoor group of people and I love living with these people.
Describe just one of your favorite “Best Days” or “Most memorable experiences” in Alaska.
My most memorable experiences is doing the Iditarod and climbing Mt. McKinley—Denali.
What in Life do you know for sure?
What I know for sure about life is that its uncertain and that one never knows when one may get ill or have an event that changes ones life. I think you should enjoy life every day.
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