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The Unuk River runs from British Columbia to Southeast Alaska; adjacent to the Misty Fjords National Monument near Ketchikan, Alaska. One of southern Alaska's largest rivers in the Ketchikan area, it produces more King Salmon than any stream in the region. A company called Seabridge Gold is pursuing the permitting of a large open pit mine 400 times bigger than the Kensington Mine. This proposed mine, Kerr-Sulphurets-Mitchell (KSM), would dump 2.1 Billion Tons of toxic mine and acid waste in the Unuk and Nass River watersheds. The location of the proposed mine is just north of the US border in BC. Access would be via a new road along the northern Unuk and would include a large bridge crossing the river. The mine it's self would be on the Unuk River with a 15 mile tunnel for transporting ore to a processing facility on the Nass River. Visit:http://tongassconservation.org and http://unukriverpost.org
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Catch "gold fever" and experience what it was like to seek your fortune during Gold Rush days! Learn to pan for gold (and keep all you find!), and discover Juneau's colorful mining heritage for yourself. Head out with a prospector/guide in authentic 19th-century dress for a historical tour of Juneau including the state capitol. Then, turn up the road to Gold Creek and "Last Chance Basin", where Joe Juneau and Richard Harris struck gold in 1880. In a beautiful, secluded setting near a waterfall alongside Gold Creek — only accessible under our tour's special permit — your prospector shows you how gold panning is done. Then, it's your turn, as you learn how to expertly work the pan with helpful tips and advice. You can choose to pan in the creek, or in the waist-high demonstration trough. Every one of all ages and those with limited mobility can learn how to pan and capture the full gold-rush experience. You're guaranteed to find gold! And, all that glitters is yours to keep. Around you are remnants of the original buildings of the Alaska-Juneau Mining Company, which at the height of production was the largest operation of its type in the world. You'll learn about the mining techniques that were used, and more about the quest for gold that is so much a part of Alaska's history. Take home a souvenir Orelove Brothers Gold Claim Certificate, all the gold you find, and an appreciation of what is was like to seek your fortune in the wilds of Alaska more than a century ago. http://bestofalaskatravel.com
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This video shows a sizable dredge in Ketchikan, Alaska. Although dredges can be used for a number of things including gold mining, this dredge is likely simply clearing away some of the sediment that has settled in the area and restoring the port to its desired depth so ships are able to continue to dock. If you like this Alaskan dredge video then make sure to give it a thumbs up!
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Get rich quick! At least give panning for gold a try near the famous Alaska-Juneau gold mine, one of the world�s largest hard rock mining operations. Then enjoy a delicious salmon bake where wild Alaskan caught salmon is grilled over an open alderwood fire. Afterwards, roast marshmallows over a crackling campfire and view the beautiful Salmon Creek waterfall. Head out with a prospector/guide in authentic 19th century dress for a historical tour of Juneau including the state capitol. Then, turn up the road to Gold Creek and �Last Chance Basin�, where Joe Juneau and Richard Harris struck gold in 1880. In a secluded setting alongside Gold Creek your prospector shows you how gold panning is done. Then, it�s your turn, as you learn how to expertly work the pan with helpful tips and advice. You�re guaranteed to find gold! And, all that glitters is yours to keep. Around you are remnants of the original buildings of the Alaska-Juneau Mining Company. You�ll learn about the mining techniques that were used and more about the quest for gold that is so much a part of Alaska�s history. Take home a souvenir Gold Claim Certificate, all the gold you find, and an appreciation of what it was like to seek your fortune in the wilds of Alaska more than a century ago. The Gold Creek Salmon Bake is an all-you-can-eat adventure in a unique outdoor setting that�s been grilled to perfection for more than 30 years. Savor the aroma of wild salmon, grilling slowly over fires of fragrant alder wood while enjoying entertainment provided by local musicians. The sumptuous spread has something for everyone. Choose from salmon, chicken, baked beans, wild rice pilaf, potatoes and other sides, salads, beverages and desert. After dinner, roast marshmallows over a campfire. Stroll through forest to Salmon Creek waterfall. Visit the trading post to purchase a souvenir. http://www.ncl.com/excursions/search?Ntt=JNU07
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more at http://news.quickfound.net/cities/fairbanks.html 'The geography of Alaska, the life cycle of the salmon, and the salmon industry. There is a view of the treaty between Russia and the United States that resulted in the purchase of Alaska. The commentator says that thousands of United States citizens protested this purchase, calling it "Seward's folly." Father Bernard Hubbard, the "glacier priest," is shown and states that on his first trip through Alaska he thought it a worthless land, but that he now appreciates its true value. An animated map contrasts the size of the United States with Alaska. Father Hubbard says that Alaska is divided into three areas: (1) the Yukon Valley, (2) southeastern Alaska, and (3) the Alaska Peninsula and the Aleutian Islands. A map indicates that the Yukon is on about the same line of latitude as Greenland. Views of snow and ice, dog teams, Eskimos, reindeer, and ice floes are accompanied by Father Hubbard's remarks that these represent the popular conception of the whole of Alaska. Southeastern Alaska is shown to be in the same latitude as the British Isles. There follow scenes of Alaska's "inside passage," gold mines, government roads, dairy farms, waterfalls, and mountains that surround Juneau. Glaciers are shown at the sea's edge, and Father Hubbard explains that tremendous pressure causes them to break off and fall into the sea and float away as icebergs. An unusual method of iceberg formation is shown as a huge mass of ice rises from the depths of the ocean. The third area, the Alaska Peninsula and Aleutian Islands, is depicted as volcanic and mountainous. Steamy air moves across the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes, which is devoid of plant and animal life. A view of a snowcovered mountain is followed by views of a smoking volcano. Father Hubbard observes that this is an unstable area and that the day is far off when it will be permanently formed. The film's second section, the life cycle of the salmon, begins with an animated map tracing the route of the young salmon from Alaskan streams into the Gulf of Alaska where they vanish in the Pacific. A map indicates the route followed by the adult salmon in their return to their native streams. Salmon struggle upstream, their backs flashing in shallow water. Father Hubbard observes that in fresh water their color changes and that they are then unfit for human consumption. Mouths of the salmon develop curved jaws to facilitate digging in the gravel and mud where eggs are laid. Salmon are shown spawning and fanning mud over the eggs. The commentator explains that after spawning the adult salmon die. Hundreds of salmon are shown dead on the banks. The third section begins with the preparation for a salmon run. Men stretch nets on salmon traps built on pilings. When salmon begin to run they are caught in the nets. The fish are emptied from the nets, transferred to the holds of a tender, and taken to the cannery. The last section shows the processing of the fish after they arrive at the cannery. They are taken from the tender's holds to a fishhouse by means of a conveyer. At the fishhouse they are cleaned and sorted. They are then floated in water troughs to the cannery. A short sequence indicates the methods used to assemble cans from partially manufactured stock. Sharp knives cut the fish into sections, which disappear into a filling machine to emerge later packed in open cans. From the filler the cans travel on belts to a clincher where they are hermetically sealed. They are placed on trays, wheeled to a retort, and cooked under high pressure. Later the cans are cooled, labeled, boxed, and loaded in ships' holds to be carried to world markets...' Public domain film from the Prelinger Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alaska_salmon_fishery Alaska did not always have healthy stocks of salmon. The salmon catch grew rapidly with the expansion of the cannery capacity through 1920. This led to over fishing, which resulted in such low salmon stocks that President Eisenhower declared Alaska a federal disaster area in 1953. In fact, in 1959, statewide harvests totaled only about 25 million salmon, which is less than 20% of current sustained production... the inexorable entry of more technological fishing gear coincided with further decline to record low levels in 1972. This decline helped promote the enclosure of the salmon fishery in 1973 under a limited entry permit system. Since then the catch has rebounded to near-record levels due to Alaska’s salmon management... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salmon_cannery
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With the state facing a $3.5 billion budget deficit, Alaskans have been debating a complicated series of plans on how to fix the problem. How much state spending needs to be cut? Should we increase taxes or initiate new ones? How does the Alaska Permanent Fund fit into the situation? It's by far the biggest issue the governor and state legislators are dealing with in Juneau this year. In recent months, Gunnar Knapp, professor of economics at the University of Alaska Anchorage and director of the Institute of Social and Economic Research, has been on a mission to educate Alaskans about the problem and potential solutions. He's given versions of a presentation about the budget crisis and Alaska's looming fiscal cliff to anyone who will listen, and has spoken to groups large and small. We asked Knapp to make a shorter, somewhat simplified version of his presentation for a video audience.
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Recorded June 20, 2007. Skagway is a first-class borough in Alaska, on the Alaska Panhandle. It was formerly a city first incorporated in 1900 that was re-incorporated as a borough on June 25, 2007. As of the 2000 census, the population of the city was 862. However, the population doubles in the summer tourist season in order to deal with more than 900,000 visitors. The port of Skagway is a popular stop for cruise ships, and the tourist trade is a big part of the business of Skagway. The White Pass and Yukon Route narrow gauge railroad, part of the area's mining past, is now in operation purely for the tourist trade and runs throughout the summer months. Skagway is also part of the setting for Jack London's book The Call of the Wild. This video begins in downtown Skagway along Broadway Avenue. Here I take a look at the Golden North Hotel and other historic buildings in town. Also in the video is a glimpse of the White Pass & Yukon Railway. A journey I took back in 1994 on my first trip to Alaska, but not today. The video concludes on the Sapphire Princess as we sail away down the Lynn Canal. From: http://timvp.com
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Alaska's biggest gift store. The perfect place to pick up gifts for friends and family back home.
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Clips from our June 2013 trip includes train from Anchorage to Denali, Denali National Park, Fairbanks (Paddle Wheeler), Dawson City (gold mining), Whitehorse, White Pass & Yukon Route RR, Skagway, Glacier Bay, and Ketchikan (Saxman Native Village). All by Holland America
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World MS Day 2014 - I am advocating for MS patients to have access to medical professionals even when they live in remote communities such as mine, Thorne Bay, Alaska. With 21st century technologies access should be available without having to travel great distances. Government entities with high speed Internet could provide access to the Internet after hours for video conferencing. Medical professionals could hold appointments by phone or video conferencing. Insurance companies could cover phone and video conferencing appointments. I challenge the government, medical professionals and insurance industry to give patients access to medical professionals in isolated communities. Melissa Cook writes a weekday blog on multiple sclerosis found at www.MSsymptoms.me. Follow her on Twitter at Melissa [email protected]
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Alaskan icon, Dusty Sourdough has the longest running show in Alaska. He has been on the same stage at the Tent City Theater in Anchorage Alaska for 18 years entertaining visitors with adventures stories of Alaska and singing songs to touch the heart and bring back some great memories. His patrotic and gospel will fill your souls and bring tears to your eyes. Once you have attended his show you'll never forget him ... Dusty Sourdough, He's the real deal! For booking info: [email protected]
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While in Skagway, Alaska during our cruise, we decided to try the White Pass & Yukon Route railway to go up the mountain to White Pass. It was a really cool adventure that took us from Skagway up to the US/Canada border and back. We saw lots of beautiful, natural scenery, engineering wonders, and mountain goats! Here's more info from the White Pass & Yukon Route Railroad Co.: Take an unforgettable journey aboard the "Scenic Railway of the World" to the White Pass summit. Begin your excursion as you board the train in Skagway and travel 20 miles from tidewater, to the Summit of the White Pass -- a 2,865 foot elevation! Relax in vintage passenger coaches as you retrace the original route to the White Pass summit, passing Bridal Veil Falls, Inspiration Point and Dead Horse Gulch. Enjoy a breathtaking panorama of mountains, glaciers, gorges, waterfalls, tunnels, trestles and historic sites. See the original Klondike Trail of '98 worn into the rocks, a permanent tribute to the thousands of souls who passed this way in search of fortune. This 3 to 3.5 hour, forty mile round trip climbs from tidewater at Skagway to the summit of the White Pass - a 2,865 foot elevation. The fully narrated tour passes through two tunnels, over sky-high trestles and cascading waterfalls. It's our most popular excursion! Built in 1898 during the Klondike Gold Rush, this narrow gauge railroad is an International Historic Civil Engineering Landmark, a designation shared with the Panama Canal, the Eiffel Tower and the Statue of Liberty. The WP&YR railway was considered an impossible task but it was literally blasted through coastal mountains in only 26 months. The $10 million project was the product of British financing, American engineering and Canadian contracting. Tens of thousands of men and 450 tons of explosives overcame harsh and challenging climate and geography to create "the railway built of gold." The WP&YR climbs almost 3000 feet in just 20 miles and features steep grades of up to 3.9%, cliff-hanging turns of 16 degrees, two tunnels and numerous bridges and trestles. The steel cantilever bridge was the tallest of its kind in the world when it was constructed in 1901. The 110 mile WP&YR Railroad was completed with the driving of the golden spike on July 29, 1900 in Carcross Yukon connecting the deep water port of Skagway Alaska to Whitehorse Yukon and beyond to northwest Canada and interior Alaska. White Pass & Yukon Route became a fully integrated transportation company operating docks, trains, stage coaches, sleighs, buses, paddlewheelers, trucks, ships, airplanes, hotels and pipelines. It provided the essential infrastructure servicing the freight and passenger requirements of Yukon's population and mining industry. WP&YR proved to be a successful transportation innovator and pioneered the inter-modal (ship-train-truck) movement of containers. The WP&YR suspended operations in 1982 when Yukon's mining industry collapsed due to low mineral prices. The railway was reopened in 1988 as a seasonal tourism operation and served 37,000 passengers. Today, the WP&YR is Alaska's most popular shore excursion carrying over 360,000 passengers during the 2010 May to September tourism season operating on the first 67.5 miles (Skagway, Alaska to Carcross, Yukon) of the original 110 mile line. About Destinations In Florida: Imagine a place where you can dance with princesses, create potions with wizards, swim with dolphins, and watch rockets launch into space? Welcome to Florida! As locals, we live, work, and play in the #1 tourist destination in the world. This is our home and we love to share it with our friends around the world. We have lots of amazing adventures and travel in Florida; including Disney World, Universal Orlando, Sea World Orlando, Discovery Cove, Kennedy Space Center, Florida beaches and beyond. We are always visiting and exploring new hotels, destinations, and products. Call us at 877-918-8941 or visit http://www.destinationsinflorida.com for more information or to book your Florida vacation. The local experts are ready to help you create your once-in-a-lifetime vacation! Subscribe Today: https://www.youtube.com/user/destinationsflorida?sub_confirmation=1 Follow Us: Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/wdwfan Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/destinationsinflorida Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/destinationsinflorida
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Link to order this clip: http://www.criticalpast.com/video/65675041673_Booth-Fishery-Company_Alaska-survey-expedition_Sea-plane_fishing-boat Historic Stock Footage Archival and Vintage Video Clips in HD. Cannery of Booth Fishery Company in Alaska US Navy Alaska survey expedition. Cannery of Booth Fishery Company. Men seen in front of the Cannery. Sea plane takes off on survey. Sea plane in flight. A fishing boat in water. Snow covered mountains in the background. Men aboard the boat with fish captured. Location: Alaska. Date: April 2, 1932. Visit us at www.CriticalPast.com: 57,000+ broadcast-quality historic clips for immediate download. Fully digitized and searchable, the CriticalPast collection is one of the largest archival footage collections in the world. All clips are licensed royalty-free, worldwide, in perpetuity. CriticalPast offers immediate downloads of full-resolution HD and SD masters and full-resolution time-coded screeners, 24 hours a day, to serve the needs of broadcast news, TV, film, and publishing professionals worldwide. Still photo images extracted from the vintage footage are also available for immediate download. CriticalPast is your source for imagery of worldwide events, people, and B-roll spanning the 20th century.
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"What if there was a company that wanted to bring new, high-paying jobs to Alaska? Year-round jobs, that would pump millions into the Alaskan economy. Jobs that would provide affordable energy, not only for Alaskans, but also for the world. Well, that company is already here. And it has been since 1943. We're Usibelli Coal Mine. Learn more, at usibelli.com."
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Spawning Grounds in Ketchikan, Alaska
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Salmon fishing in Alaska is amazing but sight fishing for coho in Alaska is something that you need to put on your bucket list! In this episode we ventured to one of the local honey holes in SE Alaska. A lot of the locals kept telling us to go there and we had a few hours before we flew home to go check it out! The fishing was absolutely insane! We hope you enjoy and please be sure to share with your family and friends and subscribe. Join the conversation on our other platforms! Follow us: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/fishingaddictsnw Discussion Board - https://www.facebook.com/groups/fishingaddictsnorthwest/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/addicted_fishing/ Podcast: https://addictedfishing.podbean.com/ Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/FishinaddictsNW Twitter - https://twitter.com/addictedfishing Website: https://addicted.fishing/
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ID: 1562333 This hair-raising video shows the moment that one lucky driver got up close and personal with a wild brown bear. Captured by Vladimir Lirkin on Iturup island in the east of Russia, the video shows the bear leaning over the window of Vladimir's car as she feeds it treats. Describing the encounter, Vladimir said: "We pulled over, opened the window and the bear poked his muzzle into the window. "The only food we had were cookies and as the video shows it looked like the bear enjoyed them. **Please contact [email protected] for media / licensing / broadcast usage** SUBMIT A VIDEO: https://bit.ly/2HWQ0mD Connect with Caters: Twitter: https://twitter.com/Caters_News Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CatersTV Website: https://www.catersnews.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/caters_news/ Company Information: Caters Clips is owned and operated by Caters News Agency Ltd, an international multimedia content provider. We supply news, picture, video and feature stories to the world’s largest media publishers. All videos aired on this channel have been licensed from their rightful owners.
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In this episode of Alaska Story Time with Aunt Phil, which first aired on Anchorage CBS affiliate KTVA Daybreak Channel 11 on Sept. 3, 2018, Alaska's first-known serial killer is revealed. Between 1912 and 1915, a number of single, unattached men mysteriously disappeared in Southeast Alaska. The few law enforcement officials in the territory were baffled, but a suspect finally emerged in the fall of 1915. A Petersburg man named Edward Krause, who’d run for the Territorial Legislature as a Socialist Party candidate in 1912, represented himself as a U.S. Marshall to officials at the Treadwell Mine in Douglas in mid-September. Krause told the bosses that he had a court summons for mine worker James Christie. Christie departed with the bogus lawman and was never seen again. Managers of the mine investigated Christie’s disappearance, thinking it was related to problems and rivalries between the company and laborers. They thought Krause, a radical socialist, may have been a hired killer engaged by the violent wing of the labor union. Then, when it was learned that Krause was identified as the last person to see a missing charter boat operator out of Juneau, a warrant for his arrest was issued on charges of impersonating a federal officer in the Christie case. Krause escaped the clutches of the law in Ketchikan and jumped onboard a steamer heading for Seattle. But a savvy passenger, who had seen wanted posters plastered by the Treadwell Mining Company, recognized him as the man with a bounty on his head. When the steamer docked in Puget Sound, police detectives were waiting. A search of Krause’s possessions turned up incriminating evidence including forged documents, bank accounts and real estate transactions, which tied him to not only the recent disappearances in Juneau, but to the disappearances of at least eight other men, too. After Krause was returned to Alaska, his true identity surfaced. Krause was really Edward Slompke, who’d served with the U. S. Army at Wrangell in 1897 and deserted in 1902. Authorities found that over the years Krause recovered the assets of the murdered men. They also learned that a “murder gang,” run by Krause at Petersburg, was involved in additional mysterious disappearances. Krause’s trails started in the spring of 1917. Since none of his victims ever were found, jurors found him guilty of kidnapping, robbery and forgery among other charges. He was sentenced to die by hanging in Juneau. Krause sawed through the bars of his cell and escaped from the Juneau Federal Jail two days before his slated execution. That launched the most widespread manhunt in the territory’s history. Fishing fleets in every Southeast community mobilized to block his escape out of Alaska. A few days later, a homesteader collected the $1,000 reward by killing Krause after the fugitive stepped out of a stolen skiff onto the beach at Admiralty Island. To this day, law enforcement believes the extent of Krause’s criminal activities, if ever known, would be one of the most startling in the annals of American crime history. http://www.ktva.com/daybreak/ http://www.AuntPhilsTrunk.com http://www.Facebook.com/LaurelDowning Bill https://youtu.be/DUBypV0fmN8 LaurelDowningBillAuntPhil
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http://goldstocktrades.com/blog International Tower Hill Mines (THM) is one of the stocks held by the Texas Retirement System who I mentioned above is looking to diversify and protect their assets by investing in precious metals and quality gold mining equities. The institution owns over 2 million shares. In addition, Tower Hill has an attractive roster of some of the smartest shareholders in the business including Anglogold Ashanti, Paulsen and Tocqueville Gold. I recently spoke with Tom Irwin who was General/Startup Manager for the world class Fort Knox Mine now operated successfully by major Kinross Gold. Tom is an expert in cold weather mining engineering and design. Fort Knox is located close to Tower Hill's Livengood Project near Fairbanks, Alaska. Tom was also commissioner of the Department of Natural Resources for Alaska, which is in charge of permitting. Tom has come out of retirement to work as Vice President of Tower Hill and is leading the work on the Bankable Feasibility Study. He has a great wealth of knowledge in permitting and engineering especially in Alaska. I recently heard Tom talk at PDAC at the "Opportunity Alaska" symposium. I have believed for some time that great wealth will be made in Alaska in the next metals boom. Alaska has some of the greatest mines in the world and Tower Hill's Livengood may be the next major gold mine in Alaska. The 20 million+ gold ounce Livengood Deposit is located in a mining designated area, off a paved-all season highway and most important a local and well trained labor force. Disclosure: Author is long Tower Hill and the company is a sponsor on my website.
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Upon arrival in Haines, meet your expert naturalist guide for a drive to Chilkoot Lake State Park. This park has it all: a turquoise lake surrounded by snowy mountain peaks, a salmon-filled river flowing into the sea, and important Tlingit cultural sights. Bald eagles, harbor seals, and brown bears are often seen here. May, June, and July feature wildflowers and eagles. Beginning in August, pink salmon - the smallest and most abundant of the Pacific salmon varieties - begin their run up the Chilkoot River to spawn. This is the best opportunity to see brown bear as they are often witnessed feeding along the banks of the river. When bears are present, every effort will be made to give you safe bear viewing. As you drive through the park, your guide knows the best places to stop for scenery and the possibility of wildlife spotting. Your guide is equipped with a powerful spotting scope to bring the wildlife in close, and explain how the animals fit into the Chilkoot's complex ecosystem. Your guide will select a scenic spot to enjoy a picnic lunch on your way back to Haines. Make sure you bring your camera to take advantage of the numerous photo opportunities. Learn more: https://alaska-shoreexcursions.com/haines/chilkoot-lake-wildlife-viewing-tour This exciting tour departs from Haines, Alaska. View all of our tours: https://alaska-shoreexcursions.com
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Thom sits down with Faith Gemmill of REDOIL (Resisting Environmental Destruction On Indigenous Lands), an Alaska Native group fighting against destruction of the land and water by fossil fuel and mining companies about the dangers facing many of our natural resources and the safety of our air, water, and land. ****** ABOUT THE PROGRAM The Thom Hartmann Program is the leading progressive political talk radio show. Join Thom for political news and comment about Government politics, be it Liberal or Conservative, plus special guests and callers to the program. ****** AUDIO PODCASTS Audio podcasts of the program are available on subscription at http://www.thomhartmann.com/podcast ****** THOM AS AN AUTHOR Thom has written and co-written a wide range of books. Explore his books here: http://amzn.to/2hS4UwY ****** MORE ABOUT THOM: Website: http://www.thomhartmann.com Thom on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2hS4UwY Daily Blog: http://www.thomhartmann.com/thom/blog Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ThomHartmannProgram/ Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/thom_hartmann Instagram : http://www.instagram.com/Thom_Hartmann Subscribe to Thom's You Tube Channel : http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thomhartmann ****** Amazon links are affiliate links
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http://www.ncl.com/excursions/search?Ntt=KTN29 Become absorbed in the rich living culture of Southeast Alaska's Native Americans and witness a rip-roaring lumberjack competition on this comprehensive tour of Ketchikan. Your first stop will be a visit to Saxman Native Village. For generations, Tlingit villages have maintained a tradition of welcoming visitors in regal style. At Saxman, guests are still afforded this same time-honored welcome. In this Native community, tribal elders and others have worked hard to pass on many of the traditions that have long defined the culture of Southeast Alaska. A visit to Saxman gives the visitor a firsthand opportunity to see the results of these efforts. A short video program introduces the visitor to the culture and history of Saxman. Guests then enter the Beaver Clan House where they are welcomed by song and dance. Visitors are encouraged to participate in the final dance before moving onto the Saxman Totem Park, one of the largest gatherings of totem poles in the world. Your guide will help unravel the mysteries of these towering, majestic poles that stand as sentries over the present generation. The next stop is the Village Carving Center where world famous carvers work and pass on their skills to eager apprentices. A visit to the Village Store provides guests with the opportunity to purchase some of the finest Alaska Native art available or a small memento of your visit. On the return trip, see sights of Creek Street and let the fun begin with a stop at the Great Alaska Lumberjack Show. Hardy lumberjacks bring to life Alaska's colorful forest history with an action packed competition in the partially covered and heated outdoor arena. Cheer on your team of World Champion lumberjacks in events such as chopping, sawing, tree climbing and much more. You will be kept on the edge of your seats as the entertaining host relives rich logging tales of a bygone era. Note: Please note that there may be a short wait prior to the Lumberjack Show. Time can be spent on your own or in the rustic company store located at the Lumberjack Show. Tour may operate in reverse.
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****** I DO NOT OWN THE RIGHTS TO THE MUSIC THAT IS PLAYING IS THIS VIDEO. ALL RIGHTS GO TO THE SINGERS AND THEIR RECORD COMPANIES/ THIS IS FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY ****** This is a montage of my Alaska cruise. Join me when I embark on this cruise with my family and explore new places. ENJOY!!!
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We had our August outing on salt creek in Gatesville Indiana. We had a very good turnout of people. There was company, food and raffles. Eric Robinson debuted his new drop riffle sluice box. This is a good affordable sluice box for beginners. So come on out to outing next month and get in on the fun.
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All the rooms are one-bedroom suites, and all feature balconies. Much of the staff are long time Fairbanks residents and great consultants.
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The railroad began construction in 1898 during the Klondike Gold Rush as a means of reaching the goldfields. With its completion in 1900, it became the primary route to the interior of the Yukon, supplanting the Chilkoot Trail and other routes. The route continued operation until 1982, and in 1988 was partially revived as a heritage railway. Today, the railroad is a subsidiary of Clublink and operated by the Pacific and Arctic Railway and Navigation Company (in Alaska), the British Columbia Yukon Railway Company (in British Columbia) and the British Yukon Railway Company, originally known as the British Yukon Mining, Trading and Transportation Company (in Yukon), which use the trade name White Pass and Yukon Route.
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Nothing on earth compares to wild Alaska salmon from our pristine waters. Have it delivered right to your door.
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http://www.geckohospitality.com - Restaurant Manager Jobs Restaurant Recruiting - Recruiters for Portland, Oregon | Seattle, Washington | Anchorage, Alaska and cities throughout the Pacific Northwest. Kevin Kalstad has been in the Hospitality and "People" business for over three decades. Kevin's work in the hospitality industry has included Farrell's Ice Cream Parlors, Pacific Coast Restaurants, Multnomah Athletic Club, Ram Restaurant and Brewery, HMS Host, and Marriott Hotels. Kevin is married to his best friend Tammy, and they have two children, and three grandchildren. Kevin joined the Gecko Hospitality franchise ownership group in 2010. Kevin operates the Oregon, Washington, and Alaska offices of Gecko Hospitality. Kevin Kalstad is a Certified Personnel Consultant (CPC) and a member of the National Association of Personnel Services (NAPS). Kevin's diverse background and life experiences will benefit both his candidates and clients. Please call or e-mail Kevin today, and see how he can find you the perfect job, or the perfect candidate. Portland, OR | Seattle, WA | Anchorage, AK | Restaurant Recruiting - Recruiters http://www.geckohospitality.com [email protected] Restaurant Manager Jobs
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We took off on our first camping trip of the year to South Rolly Lake. We go exploring in the small town of Talkeetna in search of their Mayor, Stubbs the cat! We got hit with a 5.1 earthquake and had to use the bear spray. And a family camping trip just wouldn't be complete with out someone throwing up. Filmed with: DJI OSMO DJI Phantom 3 Professional Canon 70D GoPro Hero 3+ "Music from Epidemic Sound (http://www.epidemicsound.com)"
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Take a tour of the Alaska Brewing Company and try some local brews, then head over to the Glacier Gardens for a walk through the fantastic colors and upside down trees!
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A CampgroundTour.com exclusive tour of Tors Trailhead Campground, part of the Chena River State Recreation Area along Chena River Road outside Fairbanks, Alaska. Check out more campgrounds at http://campgroundtour.com
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Book your Disney Cruise at http://DestinationsInFlorida.com Juneau, a port of call on a Disney Cruise Line Alaska & Pacific Coast Cruise vacation, is the state capital of Alaska located along the Gastineau Channel of southern Alaska's panhandle. Nestled at the base of Mount Juneau amid a rainforest, Juneau is the largest capital in area in the United States and the only state capital accessible by air or ship only. Local Culture and Flavor With its rugged mountainsides, sweeping glaciers and rainforests, Juneau is a scenic wonderland everywhere you look. Witnessing wildlife, like a brown bear fishing for food during a nature hike or a bald eagle casually soaring overhead, is not out of the ordinary. As the capital of Alaska, Juneau's primary employer is the government—one out of every 2 Juneau workers is employed by the state, federal and municipal branches. Fishing, mining and tourism are also important parts of the Juneau economy. Recreational activities include hiking, kayaking, fishing, skiing, whale watching and wildlife viewing. Of the city's 31,000 residents, a large percent are fisherman, legislators, teachers and business owners. Juneau is home to Alaska's only professional theater, Perseverance Theatre and the area hosts both the Alaska Folk Festival and the Juneau Jazz & Classics music festivals. Past and Present Originally a fishing outpost for local Tlingit Native Americans, the area now known as Juneau was founded in 1880 after 2 prospectors—Richard Harris and Joseph Juneau—discovered gold, thanks to help by Chief Kowee of the Auk Tlingit Tribe. Shortly thereafter, the town, originally called Harrisburg, was struck with "gold fever" and began to flourish, followed by hard-rock mining, sawmilling, canning and an expanding fishing industry. Juneau became the capital of Alaska in 1906. Today, Juneau remains a treasured tourist destination that includes not only a Tlingit Native American influence, but also a tradition steeped in Russian culture. Boasting timeless natural wonders, museums and the historic sites, Juneau continues to stir the imaginations of all who visit. About Destinations In Florida Travel: We are an Orlando travel agency specializing in Disney Cruise Line and Orlando vacations. We are an Authorized Disney Vacation Planner and we received the honor of Disney Destinations 2009 Top Sales Producer. We also just received the 2010 Universal Studios Travel Agency Partner of the Year award. All of our salespeople are Disney College of Knowledge Graduates and Universal Specialists. Plus, our agents even have experiences that makes us extra qualified to help plan your vacation. Some of our agents are present and past Disney Cast Members (employees), past Universal Park employees, Sea World tour guides, and even Disney World book authors. Our agents were even some of the first agents to tour and cruise on the new Disney Dream Cruise Ship. Why Book Your Disney & Orlando Vacation with Us? Save Money - *We guarantee the lowest price on Disney World Packages and Universal Studios Packages with a special discount, as our gift to you. Plus, we watch for future specials that may save you money (even after your package is booked) Save Time - Imagine your own personal assistant to help make your vacation more magical with itinerary planning, dining suggestions, dining reservations, driving directions, and much more. Extra Magic -- Only with our company can you make those magical moments happen with personalized pictures of Mickey Mouse for your kids, Disney Theme Park Guide Maps (right from the parks), itinerary planning, Orlando MagicCards (with hundreds of dollars in savings around Orlando), and much more with your Disney World Package. This is only magic that we offer our clients! Please subscribe to our videos to get daily tips and tricks and Orlando Florida vacation planning for your Disney World vacation and Orlando area travel. http://www.youtube.com/user/DestinationsFlorida Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/wdwfan To learn more about your Orlando Florida vacation, call us at 877-918-8941! Or, visit http://DestinationsInFlorida.com to book your Disney World and Orlando Florida vacations and cruises. For Florida theme park tickets, see http://bit.ly/aMmaPC Some Music By: "Goodbye War, Hello Peace" by Teru http://ccmixter.org/content/teru/teru_-_Goodbye_War_Hello_Peace.mp3 is licensed under a Creative Commons license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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