Beach weddings!!! Booking up now! Looks like 2019 is the summer to tie the knot! Coming from a long line of mariners, we know a thing or two about tying knots. Give us a shout if you need a beach or some local help!
Office anywhere. @mollieofthenorth
writing grants on the weekend from the middle of Alaska while slaying the camping game. ✍️ Alaska working.
Hey current and former students, what are some of your favorite APU memories? Commencement? Dying the fountain? Expedition Alaska?
Share your answers in the comments!
The master was once a beginner.
Think about how your life has changed in the last few years, have you gotten better at something? There isn’t really a stagnant option, you’re either becoming better or slowly falling. It’s important to be self observant and pay attention to details, it’s hard to manage that which you are not aware.
Who's ready for some 🔥🔥🔥 Heels Choreo tonight with @bktaggart
Two years ago I had absolutely no idea what Alaska was going to do to us as a family . She’s changed our hearts and our minds and our souls forever . Looking back at this summer’s adventures and this picture kind of says it all- hiking in Denali NP during a rainstorm baby on back with my @aksalmonsisters #xtratufboots
hoodie , and @akstarfishco
hat . This is like the most #basicalaska
chick you can get 👌🏼My Papa would be so proud . #ilovealaska
We’ve finally stepped into fall. <3
🌊One of our favorite parts of the Nourish in Nature retreat was the closing circle. We gathered around this gorgeous outdoor display and practiced an old Jewish tradition where we gave experiences to the ocean before us. Practicing cleansing, inspiring, and motivating us to live our best life! We hope you will join us for the next retreat in Spring 2019... we are brainstorming some amazing experiences 😉
Sold this beautiful south Anchorage home for a couple of awesome clients!
Almost all the leaves 🍁 🍂 have fallen, well it was nice knowing you Fautumn.
Dreamy waters off of Skagway, Alaska ⚓️
The Gretzky of mountains. Less than 30% of visitors to the park actually see the mountain. Never gets old. #denali #alaska #thegreatone
Lately I’ve been inspired by Elon Musk. The amount of what he’s accomplished and his vision for the future are staggering. It makes me think about what I’m doing, and if I’m wasting my time. If you’re looking for inspiration, watch his interview with Joe Rogan.
to walking in fields of wildflowers & the greenest of grasses. The change in the seasons here are quiet & quick - one day you’re out enjoying the 70 degree sunny days & the next you realize the grass is already turning yellow and the green is receding down the mountains. I’m going to miss all the hustle & bustle of summer activities but I’m also looking forward to all the ones that come with winter, like hiking in the snow and many many game nights with good friends. What are you looking forward to this winter? —-
Someone ate all the honey 🍯. Pooh?!
Exit Glacier is also one of the many Glacier originating from Harding Icefield, but unlike Holgate Glacier (which is only approachable by water taxis), Exit Glacier is approachable by car. Just a 9 mile drive from the Seward Hwy(and Seward town) , will take you to the parking lot. It is not actively Calving, but it sure is melting.
There is a short walking trail, that can get you close to a viewing point, though you can see it from the road too.
The special thing about the trail is that it has year markers, at various places through the trail, which show, till what point the Glacier was in that year. When we started the 1.5 miles trail, we soon hit a 1961 Marker; which meant the Exit Glacier was till that marker in 1961. As we kept walking we hit other markers and kept wandering how this Glacier has shrunk. And the trail is getting longer and longer because of the receding Glacier.
For a moment you will feel sorry for all the climate change that's causing it and you will know the reason is Humans. How much destruction we are causing to nature, unknowingly. 😕😔
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There is another 12 miles trail that is a little difficult. But it takes you up to the Harding Icefield. I have just read that it has amazing views of endless ice. We didn't have the time or energy left, to do this after our 6 hour Kenai Fjords Boat Cruise.
It’s not everyday that I can say I flew to my campsite.
Quicksand cove is a great place to spend the night after paddling by glaciers all day long! Photo credit @joldstein