Browsing All posts tagged under »Juneau«

Community Supported Fishery

March 21, 2012

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Last night I received an e-mail update from the Slow Food Southeast Alaska Chapter mentioning that sign-up for the Community Supported Fishery (CSF) is coming up soon. Alaskans Own Seafood began this program in Sitka and due to its success, the program was able to expand to Juneau residents last spring. It operates on the same […]

Juneau Clam Thai Style Chowder

March 7, 2012

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It is still snowing outside, sort of. It’s above freezing and I see white falling, but when it hits the ground it becomes water and is flattening out all of the fluffy snow that started falling a couple of days ago. I will get out later for a skate ski, but I’m in no hurry […]

Up A Creek

February 29, 2012

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No paddle, don’t need one; I’ve got my skis. Checking out the Juneau Nordic Ski Club Trail Condition Forum yesterday before heading out to the Mendenhall Valley revealed that one of the volunteer track-setters was planning on heading out to set a track at Montana Creek. Eager to check out that trail, I made a […]

Said Location

February 27, 2012

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Juneau has gotten a lot of snow in the past couple of days, even at sea level. Today has been a day of obligations that have kept me from getting out in it. Getting on my skis usually provides a means of clearing my head and making room for thoughts to flow around. Without that […]

Dynamic Flow

February 24, 2012

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Today’s discoveries and re-discoveries: The White Stripes set a great tempo for classical skiing Double-poling is the reverse action of pulling in nets Dry snow sometimes falls in Juneau It was a good day on the mountain-cold, dry, and sunny. Sunny! In a previous life I was involved in theatre and a movement teacher I […]

Ski Partner In Paradise

February 22, 2012

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My daughter has a day off from school because of parent/teacher conferences and I managed to pry her away from her Anime so we could go for a ski. At sea level it is still rainy and wet, but it has been snowing steadily at the base of Eaglecrest and higher. The downhill area is […]

Little Man Learns to Ski

February 19, 2012

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Sunday is the day that I focus on furthering my kids’ skills on skis. My daughter skis with the local 4H nordic ski club and I ski with my son during that time. The little man was first out on skis a couple of years ago. We put his skis in the tracks and he […]

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eat it canned!

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tales of a fishing family

Fisher Poet

Fish is poetry.

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saignée

the crushed grape, crying out for revenge