Alaska Cemeteries are Resting Places for History

I visit cemeteries, collecting vivid images of the stone or wood headstones as reminders of stories known only unto themselves, and those left behind. When our family lived in South Carolina, I was struck by a depth of history so unfamiliar to me, a product of the young Washington State. Southern gravesites, too, were often […]

Planning Ahead for a “Howl-ween” to Remember in Alaska

While the traditional neighborhood march a’la costume is indeed alive and well in Alaska (AK Kid can attest to that), many popular tourist attractions double their efforts for unique Halloween celebrations that capture the required amount of spookiness with a little learning thrown in alongside those candy bars and fruit snacks. Visiting the 49th state […]