Want to get married in #alaska ? We know some unbelievable spots that are not too hard to get to. We also have adventurous photographers who are willing to take you to these amazing locations!
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Day 1 in the Chugach. Our guide John wasn’t much for talking. But he was one for walking. Especially when that walking was done up impossibly steep mountain faces with 80-pound packs on our backs. This day we’d hiked eight miles of straight up, and were all absolutely wrecked—until we discovered this campsite. It’s my favorite from the 2-week hunt. The magic of this place had a way of centering us on the goal and inserting new energy into the expedition. #hunt#hunting#alaska#backcountryhuntersandanglers
Alaska’s breathtaking scenery makes backcountry hiking and glacier trekking very popular with visitors and residents alike. The summer months in Alaska are especially popular with hikers who enjoy pleasant weather along East Fork Trail and Tulchina Falls, the Bold Ridge Trail, and Ship Lake Valley. Hiking and trekking are also popular activities in winter, especially among the many glaciers, like Laughton and Mendenhall. For first-time visitors looking to hike or trek in Alaska, it’s usually a good idea to enlist the services of a guided trekking company.
Happy Release Day to “Wild at Heart” by K.A. Tucker, a tender and sweet romance about building a life together and the beauty and hardships that come with growing in any relationship. An endearing and adventurous read!
Blurb: This is the continuation of Calla and Jonah’s journey in Alaska and the second book after “The Simple Wild.” Jonah and Calla decide to build a life together and this book chronicles the journey of findings new friends, dealing with communication issues, and the craziness that comes with living in the great outdoors.
There is so much fun banter, passionate moments, and cantankerous people. What I loved so much about this book is the slow build of friendship, the growth we see in Jonah and Calla’s relationship, and their desire to work hard to build a life together.
It’s almost midnight and we are waiting outside. The sky is pretty clear and as the full moon rises I hear wolves howling in the woods. The silence in Alaska during winter time is the loudest. The temperature is -33 degrees.
All of a sudden a bright light shows up in the sky crossing the whole horizon. And it dances. Changing colors. Changing shapes. It feels like God is painting something right in front of you. Nature has the power to make you feel very tiny and loved at the same time. Of course phone pictures can not replicate what my eyes actually saw, but I’ll keep every single second of it alive in my memory. Another dream came true!
I’m not usually the “It’s going by so fast and I’m emotional” kind of mom, but this picture did. me. in. Anders has finally fully embraced being a big brother after some “I want to slap this baby”-type feelings, and what a sight it is. He looks SO BIG next to her, always joining her for tummy time and saying “Good job, Baby Jo!” I know these two will be each other’s biggest cheerleaders throughout life, but wow, I’m not ready for them to get any older. Yesterday I chased him around the pharmacy as he darted behind the counter between the pharmacist’s legs trying to escape with heel inserts, and then there’s her lovely habit of alwaysss spitting up on me within minutes of getting out of the shower, but I am constantly sitting back and begging my mind to memorize the crazy, calm, and in between moments because I know some day I’ll look back at this picture and instead of him looking so big, he’ll look so small. And the thought of that is just too much. #forevermybabyyoullbe#birthdaytwins#2years#8weeks
В Красноярске представлены макеты будущего памятника героям легендарной воздушной трассы «АлСиб». Монумент планируют установить в сквере на ул. Аэровокзальной, перед зданием бывшего аэропорта. Именно на нем приземлялись самолеты, которые СССР получал из США во время Великой Отечественной войны по программе ленд-лиза.
По условиям конкурса, проекты должны раскрывать тему самоотверженного труда всех, кто обеспечивал строительство аэродромов, прокладку и работу авиатрассы, транспортировку по ней авиатехники и грузов – то есть летчиков, топографистов, сибирских железнодорожников и сотрудников транспортных комендатур, наземного персонала и простых работников тыла.
Воздушная трасса Аляска-Сибирь (АлСиб) действовала в 1942-1945 гг., обеспечив поставку 8 тыс. американских военных самолетов через Аляску, Чукотку и Восточную Сибирь для нужд Советского Союза. Красноярск был важной конечной и опорной точкой сложнейшего перегона над безлюдными просторами в тяжелейших климатических условиях.
В исходной точке героической трассы в городе Фэрбанкс на Аляске памятник советским и американским летчикам был открыт еще в 2006 году. Скульптурная композиция в США изображает две фигуры союзников, ждущих прибытие новых самолетов для СССР.
------------- #алсиб#аляскасибирь#alaska#siberia#вов#победа75#alsib#ww2#worldwar2 фото Владислав Власов @vlasovtv
Why hard things can sometimes be the best things:⠀ *
I signed up for this year in Alaska knowing I’m not a winter girl. Snow is def not my thing. ❄️⠀
From the time I was nineteen I’ve wanted to get my diploma in Biblical Studies from @alaskabibleinstitute. And since this is a season of endings and new beginnings, I decided that this year was the year I’d get that diploma. (I started pursuing this in my 20’s)⠀
Because I’m a Louisiana girl, when the white stuff starts falling, my tendency is to hole up inside the house drinking coffee and reading or watching movies. ☕️⠀
But in January, I made a decision to tackle my snow-phobia head on and make the most of this gorgeous but savage Alaska winter. ⠀
I flew to remote Alaska. Went on a winter hike up a mountain. And booked this photo shoot. 🗻⠀
When life gives us winter—why not go ahead and make an opportunity out of it? ⛄️⠀
Who knows—like me—you might even find yourself enjoying the thing you thought you didn’t like, and making some amazing memories along the way. 💙⠀
So here’s to winters that turn into fun snow photos, and hard things that turn into something wonderful. 🥂⠀ Photo Creds @_water_is_wet___ .
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Fun fact: Balto got most of the credit in 1925 for making the serum run to Nome , Alaska; (running 55miles) saving the town. When actually the true hero is Togo he led a sled team at 12 years old across 261 miles. The most dangerous part of the journey, it’s time we give him credit✨
Our regulars, Man Dragon & Daniel. They've become staples at both of our shops. It's like a multiverse as you'll see them hanging at Midtown talking about the weather and then it's like a few minutes later, they at the Eastside talking politics.
Do you hear about the earthquake in Alaska? .... Sorry, that’s a bad ice breaker❄️😂
Anyways. Story time👏
A couple years ago, I tore my ACL on this mountain. I was sprinting down the hill, giggling with endorphins, looking at this peak, heart racing in my throat, feeling utterly...truly...completely, alive. And in one misstep, I went down. -
My body shook with adrenaline and shock as I wimpered my way down the mountain. It was one of the scariest things to ever happen to me. But every morning during physical therapy, I would see this mountain out my window and dream about the next time I could be up here. There's nothing quite like it... -
Have you ever been injured?
Does anyone else know that physical feeling you get in your chest when your heart breaks?
Like all at once your breath stops, you get really hot & panicky as tears rush to stream down your face, & your throat closes up? I’m talking heart wide open yet simultaneously folding itself inwards? Confused & unsure of how to process such an intense emotion so you freeze up? You can’t tell up from down, left from right, and everything is blurry or your body gets pins & needles. It’s kind of like suffocating & gasping for breath.
I am feeling that way right about now. I’m going to be okay. But at this moment, my heart is not okay.
I love my own presence, independence, and personal journey. Yet I truly desire a partner one day who will choose me again & again every morning without leaving. Someone I can travel the world with or lay next to under a blanket of stars. I hope someone will hold me when I shake from crying so hard, tell me it’s going to be okay, inspire my journey, and love me despite my chronic illness. My entire adult life I’ve asked myself if I’m lovable enough even though I struggle with waves of severe depression, anxiety, & emotional dysregulation.
That day may or may not ever come. I will accept it either way. But right now, today, my heart hurts as I lie here with my tiny cat breathing on my belly. ❤️ Despite my commitment to healing, these waves visit me from time to time. There is nothing I can do except breathe through the pain & know I am doing the best I can. I love myself more than I ever knew was possible. I’m committed to changing the world & sharing love to everyone I meet. Even when I want to give up, I choose resiliency. ❤️ Yet here I am again... feeling the beauty & pain of solitude. I’ve heard it so many times. You must be alone... you must love yourself first... you must be patient... you’ll find it when you least expect it... everyone goes through this. I’m tired of hearing these phrases. When you live with chronic illness things are experienced & felt sooo differently. Loving someone with illness is just as hard too. Everyone has their own journey. Continued in comments ⬇️⬇️⬇️