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Glacier Bay By Maddie Hilgeman
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A day in Glacier Bay, Alaska
Glacier Bay By Maddie Hilgeman
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A day in Glacier Bay, Alaska
Alaska's Glaciers 2013 By Jillian Burkett
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Photographs illustrate Alaska's majestic beauty from Glacier Bay to the natural wildlife of whales, bears, and regional national parks.
Wyatt Hertz In Alaska By Scott Fratcher
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Wyatt Hertz is a social rebel, but a mechanical genius. He is sent to work in Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska as the head mechanic where he finds his hair style and need to bow down to the... More > establishment more important than his actual abilities and work ethic. Wyatt fights back in a series of hilarious moves that will leave you rolling on the floor in stitches. Reminiscent of Catch 22 and MASH set in modern day Alaska Wyatt must beat the rule prick rangers at their own game, outwit his overbearing regulation book supervisor, and survive in the remote Alaskan park. A must read success story for anyone who has ever tried to do a good job only to be thwarted by needless rules and government restrictions. Wyatt is a modern day hero loved by all who don't have to supervise him.< Less
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This is a pictorial travelogue of our 11 day Alaska vacation (4 days on motorcoach/train and and 7 days on cruise ship). Highlights include Mt. McKinley, Denali National Park, Glacier Bay National... More > Park (Hubbard, Margerie, and Mendenhall Glaciers), Saxman Native Village and Totem Pole Park, and White Pass Yukon train ride at Skagway.< Less
Wild Alaska By Derick Davis
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The Wild Alaska photobook is 41 pages of full-color high resolution photos highlighting the natural wonders of the Alaskan wilderness.
A COTTAGE IN CAMELOT By Leland Kreid
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An insider'sguide to the many alternatives for living in a nearly perfect environment. The area of Little Traverse Bay, Michigan is little changed from its beginning when the glacier's carved the... More > great lakes. However, it offers many different types of places to live. This book is intended to throw some light.< Less
2014 Southeast Alaska 12 Month Calendar By Jessica Foster
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This is a 12 month calendar featuring photographs of Southeast Alaska taken by photographer Jessica Foster. The calendar includes US and Canadian Holidays. Photos within include Mendenhall Glacier,... More > Tongass National Forest, Alaska's Inside Passage, Arctic Turn, Black Bear and more.< Less
The Search for a Sense of Wildness By Michael P. Ausema
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In late May, 1997, author Michael Ausema left civilization on a journey to Isle Royale, a remote island deep in the heart of Lake Superior. As a volunteer seasonal park ranger, Mike lived in a small... More > cabin, by himself, at the edge of this freshwater sea. This event set in motion a life that would be anything but ordinary. Mike went on to become a paid seasonal park ranger in Isle Royale, Everglades, and Glacier Bay National Parks. This book details his adventures into some of the wildest places on the planet while backpacking, canoeing and kayaking. Mike encountered bears, moose, alligators and wolves, as well as some odd and fascinating visitors to the parks. At the heart of the book is a quest. Years earlier, Mike had witnessed the Northern Lights on a dark winter night in northern Michigan. The event left him mesmerized by a hidden sense of wildness. As he discovers, that sense of wildness still lingers in some hidden corners of the world.< Less
The Search for a Sense of Wildness By Michael P. Ausema
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In late May, 1997, author Michael Ausema left civilization on a journey to Isle Royale, a remote island deep in the heart of Lake Superior. As a volunteer seasonal park ranger, Mike lived in a small... More > cabin, by himself, at the edge of this freshwater sea. This event set in motion a life that would be anything but ordinary. Mike went on to become a paid seasonal park ranger in Isle Royale, Everglades, and Glacier Bay National Parks. This book details his adventures into some of the wildest places on the planet while backpacking, canoeing and kayaking. Mike encountered bears, moose, alligators and wolves, as well as some odd and fascinating visitors to the parks. At the heart of the book is a quest. Years earlier, Mike had witnessed the Northern Lights on a cold, dark winter night in northern Michigan. The event left him mesmerized by a hidden sense of wildness. As the author discovers, that sense of wildness still lingers in some hidden corners of the world.< Less

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