12 years old and 5 months pregnant, Tui Mitcham walks into a freezing lake then disappears. Detective Robin Griffin returns home to investigate, but&
Just started watching on Netflix— pretty crazy— makes me think of Twin Peaks, but different.
Update: Whoa, this show is getting even more disturbing than it started— not sure if I’ll last.
Update 2: On Episode 5 and think I just realized something to be revealed, and it is not good. Not good. Not sure why I keep watching, except that that landscape is incredible, and the buildings are great too, and there is a lot of mystery.
Update3: Scenery was so great, but the show/story was lame (in my opinion), and gross (in everyone’s opinion), and the pop star/music video and mournful pose moments were stupid— reminded me of an advertisement aimed at hipsters or cool people or whatever— ended up a big waste of time (Holly Hunter’s character would have something to say about that for sure -that I enjoyed the landscape and held out hope I’d like the show until at the end I didn’t- in fact I think she did comment on a very analogous feeling)— yea the landscape was AWESOME though. Anyway, definitely not Twin Peaks caliber at all. And I was wrong about what would be revealed— somehow my guess was better than what turned out (I think— also it somehow found away to be more disturbing than I thought it would be— sheesh).
From bluegrass and berry-picking festivals to renaissance fairs, Salmonstock and Primus, Alaskans have a lot of recreating to do this summer. Here’s your 2013 guide to fairs and festivals across the state.
A deer!—nibbling on the few green things
that grow in my strawy meadow.
Mine, we say here: my studio, my meadow, my road.
It is as it is. We were born
to possess it all and more. There’s no longer
a chance to change direction. So have one. Have a meadow,
Try it on—there are black-eyed Susans in your hair.
Have a deer. Have a deer fly—(I had two
of them yesterday. My stained tablet backs me up).
Have a swallow. Try to hold it in your throat
as it goes down beyond the pines of your forest.
But first feel its presence, try to catch
its essence. Before the words intrude.
Seward, view from the Alaska Sea Life Center #tok2seward
Dynamic population models, or models with changing vital rates, are only beginning to receive serious attention from mathematical demographers. Despite considerable progress, there is still no general analytical solution for the size or composition of a po
There hasn’t been a king salmon like Les Anderson’s world record pulled from Alaska’s Kenai River 28 years ago. But you’ll need to land a fish nearly a big for it to be a keeper.
Some interesting comments from readers too.
Early season clammers are already testing the waters of Cook Inlet, anticipating great tides for clamming over Memorial Day weekend. Most are looking for Pacific razor clams, although butter and littleneck clams are also available on some area beaches.
Looking forward to this on Monday— got tickets— the other two I saw were awesome— sheesh, am going to miss Juneau (again) so much.
Though it’s thousands of miles away, a proposed mine for gold and copper in Alaska’s Bristol Bay threatens to destroy the livelihood of thousands of people
Researchers with the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development recently released some new research about the over 120-thousand Alaska Native
Golden Anniversary smokestack! Alaska Marine Highway.
#alaska #travel #culture #ocean #coast #writer #wrangell #northwest #nature
Love the Blue Canoes!