Dozens of Northern residents are blogging about their lives.
Doug Buchanan describes his site best: "Kick the chairs out of the way, shoot the top off the bottle of whiskey,
crank up the rock and roll tunes, light the cigars, run the pitiable government chaps back into their hole, and this ain't no bullshit..."(!)
An entertaining mix from various aspects of life in Ninilchik, Alaska, with recipes, poetry and history.
From Alaska, this Christian homesteading site is for anyone with a desire to be more independent, with articles and a forum dedicated to discussions about homesteading,
country living and self-reliance.
How to Speak Alaskan
This book by Mike Doogan and Jamie Smith explains some of the unique terminology used in Alaska.
An outhouse toilet, though a foreign concept to many people today, is still commonly used in many parts of the world, and even in rural regions of North America.
Sharing Time with Dad
Although Darrell Hookey wrote this article for Father's Day, Christmas is at least as good a time to pause and
remember the people you love.
Some Thoughts From an Old Sourdough
Alastair Findlay returned to the Yukon for a visit in March 2005 after 40 years away, and has some interesting thoughts on the changes he sees.
Wayne's Warm Welcome
A particularly informative personal site, looking back to Wayne's roots in Ninilchik, Alaska.
From Fairbanks, life on wheels at minus 25!
You Wouldn't do it for the Money!
If you have been a bed and breakfast guest, considered running one yourself, or are just curious about life in Alaska,
you'll want to take a peek between the covers of Sherry Tomlinson's book.