Flightseeing= Sightseeing Like Never Before There’s sightseeing and then there’s… “flight” seeing. Alaska... Read more


Everything is green. Even the air looks green. It’s fresh and alive and green – a temperate rainforest. There are two types of rainforests; tropical rainforests and temperate rainforests. The tropical type... Read more


Every year, thousands of humpback whales migrate more than 3000 miles from Hawaii to Alaska. They spend winter in tropical waters for mating and calving, and then make the 4 – 8... Read more

Everything about Alaska is, well – different. But in a good way.  Alaska is definitely unique and one of the more unusual spots, nestled in a national forest in the southeastern part of the state, is a town called, Gustavus.  When I first heard the name, I thought, “What kind of a name is that?” Gustavus certainly doesn’t sound very “native” to that part of the world. It’s not... Read more


In the October General Election, nearly 4 out of 5 residents in Gustavus, Alaska voted against (196 to 54) the installation of law enforcement (or VPSO) in their quiet little town. Gustavus is one of the largest, if not the largest... Read more

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May 16th, 2011 Who's Wasting Alaska Halibut? Not only are commercial fisherman allowed to catch the most Halibut, but they waste more than the combined catch of other responsible fisherman. As most know, Alaska has the best Halibut fishing in the world and is a very important resource to this great state and the Alaska fishing... Read more


The Alaska Fish and Game is predicting an abundance in the King Salmon harvest this year.  As a result, during the month of May 2011 nonresident sport anglers may catch two king salmon 28... Read more


We took our little family on the Glacier Bay Day cruise and it was great family fun for all! When you load up on the... Read more


For those of you that have been to the little town of Gustavus Alaska know that getting here has always been an adventure. This has now changed somewhat as the Alaska marine highway system added our little town.... Read more


The new Gustavus dock is now open for business. The old dock built originally in 1929 was funded by the Alaska Road Commission but was nothing more than a raised platform out in the middle of the Icy... Read more