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  • #16
    In my opinion..........you will never see Alaska from asphalt. From the asphalt you see (some) majestic beauty and feel a nearness to safety. I think well more then 90% of Alaskans, including those born here and lived here 80 years.........never have seen Alaska. Even those who do some fly-in hunting or fishing trips only see a minuscule speck of Alaska.
    "Life Is Either a Daring Adventure or Nothing" - Helen Keller

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    • #17
      I've been traveling to Alaska since 1969, I have a house there and I still have not seen most of Alaska, I have worked in SE, Kodiak, Adak, and The Kenai area, still many miles of roads and air to see a little more of the great State. The small villages are great, but you have to have an IN to get to know the locals. Once you are IN you are welcome to participate with the locals. It is amazing how they will help you if you listen to them. You have to make a determination to see more of Alaska, It is a lot of land to see.

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