Tag Archives: Alaska

Homer Alaska delights, July 13, 2014

   Wild roses, Homer. [Photo, TWCarns]  Swift at its nest in the vent on a building [Photo, TWCarns]  Evening rainbow caught in the mountains across Kachemak Bay from Land’s End [Photo, TWCarns]  Cow parsnip head going to seed [Photo, TWCarns] Sandhill crane and half-grown … Continue reading

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The Camino, in the rear-view mirror

Here’s the final post in the series about our Camino, with a few days in New York, and our first week back in Alaska.. Sunday, October 7 We attended a wedding today, a New York Jewish-Catholic ceremony with a stand-up … Continue reading

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Day 18 — back on the road, to Manzarife

Another sunny day in northern Spain — they keep coming, and we are deeply grateful for each one. Regina and Anthea walked about 12 miles today; their goal tomorrow is around 19 to get to Astorga. From there, it’s about … Continue reading

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Foraging for a sourdough link: Faviken Magasinet to Alaska

Lichens for dinner? Pine bark petit fours? Fireweed shoots and fiddlehead ferns? These appeared on the menu from Faviken Magasinet, as reported by FoodSnob blog, but could have been foraged from my backyard woods in the heart of Anchorage, Alaska which lies at … Continue reading

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