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    Default Alaska Wilderness Recreation Toursim Assoc. Sustainable Tourism Conferencee

    The AK Wilderness Recreation & Tourism Assoc. is hosting their annual sustainable tourism conference in Girdwood at the Alyeska hotel Thursday and Friday April 12 and 13. Resource management, conservation, and Alaska tourism will be discussed. We have an amazing line-up of presenters. Please stop by the Alyeska Hotel for the sustainable tourism conference.

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    The heli skiing has sure over stepped itself in the Haines area and refuse to answer to even the state troopers
    Now left only to be a turd in the forrest and the circle will be complete.Use me as I have used you

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    Issuing Stingers to the Haines area troopers would probably fix that.
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    Or pulling land use permits............

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    Yeah now that the cruise lines have set their sights on Kachemak Bay it's gonna be total madness; Homer's getting pounded from land and sea! Would love to start a tourism business in Seldovia; most niches are pretty well covered, though, and quite a few businesses have gone belly-up. Anybody ever heard of a houseboat rental operation in Alaska?
    " the stars, the snow, and the fire. These are the books he reads most of all." ~John Haines

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    And another nail in the coffin of small-town Alaska tourism:

    http://newsminer.com/bookmark/18224846
    " the stars, the snow, and the fire. These are the books he reads most of all." ~John Haines

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