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It’s June, which can only mean one thing…more skiing! Tim, Benji, and I headed to Turnagain Pass on June 2, hoping for a little more crust. We found some decent crust right from the road, but we had our sights set a little higher. We skied up to the ridge on the west side of [...]

June was grandparents month in our house. Both sets came for a couple of weeks each. One sunny Saturday my dad and I biked Resurrection Pass, 38 miles from Hope to Cooper Landing. I’ve been over that pass a number of times, but this was the first time it hasn’t been covered in snow. What [...]

June was grandparents month in our house. Both sets came for a couple of weeks each. One sunny Saturday my dad and I biked Resurrection Pass, 38 miles from Hope to Cooper Landing. I’ve been over that pass a number of times, but this was the first time it hasn’t been covered in snow. What [...]

June was grandparents month in our house. Both sets came for a couple of weeks each. One sunny Saturday my dad and I biked Resurrection Pass, 38 miles from Hope to Cooper Landing. I’ve been over that pass a number of times, but this was the first time it hasn’t been covered in snow. What [...]

June was grandparents month in our house. Both sets came for a couple of weeks each. One sunny Saturday my dad and I biked Resurrection Pass, 38 miles from Hope to Cooper Landing. I’ve been over that pass a number of times, but this was the first time it hasn’t been covered in snow. What [...]

June was grandparents month in our house. Both sets came for a couple of weeks each. One sunny Saturday my dad and I biked Resurrection Pass, 38 miles from Hope to Cooper Landing. I’ve been over that pass a number of times, but this was the first time it hasn’t been covered in snow. What [...]

Crust skiing is hard to predict. That is part of the attraction, and it adds to the thrill when you nail a perfect crust day. 2011 was a relatively low snow year in southcentral Alaska, and it seemed that the general consensus was that the lack of snow would result in a poor crust season. [...]

Crust skiing is hard to predict. That is part of the attraction, and it adds to the thrill when you nail a perfect crust day. 2011 was a relatively low snow year in southcentral Alaska, and it seemed that the general consensus was that the lack of snow would result in a poor crust season. [...]

Crust skiing is hard to predict. That is part of the attraction, and it adds to the thrill when you nail a perfect crust day. 2011 was a relatively low snow year in southcentral Alaska, and it seemed that the general consensus was that the lack of snow would result in a poor crust season. [...]

Crust skiing is hard to predict. That is part of the attraction, and it adds to the thrill when you nail a perfect crust day. 2011 was a relatively low snow year in southcentral Alaska, and it seemed that the general consensus was that the lack of snow would result in a poor crust season. [...]

As I was biking home from work today, my lungs were burning, my eyes were squinting, and my nostrils were flaring. Was I hammering? Nope, I was inhaling the smoke that has descended over Anchorage in the past few days. Here's a cool map that shows the smoke.