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Travelogue 022: The Alaskan Bush

Welcome to SEASON THREE my web-series, “The Travelogue,” which takes you to all of the places in America that you never knew you needed to see!
In this episode, I head to some remote areas of the Great State of Alaska and see some amazing attractions!
– I stop in for a chat with the Mayor of Talkeetna, Alaska, Stubbs. He’s a swell guy who has been holding his position as mayor of the town for over 16 years!
– I visit Santa’s Workshop in the REAL North Pole, Alaska. If you have ever written a letter to Santa C/O the North Pole, this is the very place that your letters would be delivered AND responded to!
– Ever wondered what one of those exotic “Ice Hotels” in Norway would be like on the inside? Well, you don’t have to travel all the way to Europe to find out, as I visit Chena Hot Springs’ Ice Museum / Hotel just one hour Northeast of Fairbanks.
– My boys Shawn Pomrenke and Cody Moen from Discovery TV’s “Bering Sea Gold” take me four-wheeling on the frozen Pacific Ocean in Nome, Alaska… Watch out though, things don’t quite go as planned!
Now just because I went to Alaska this episode, you shouldn’t be saying to yourself, “Oh I’ll never be able to do that.”
Adventures are around every corner… especially in your own backyard. You can explore your community and the oddities within the United States no matter what age you are, how much money you have, or how extroverted you are. Now get out of your chair and make one of these for yourself!

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Travelogue 010: Alaska Part One

It’s time to conclude “Travelogue: Season 1” with one of my favorite spots: The Last Frontier. I’ve been traveling to Alaska at least twice a year since around 2007. I’ve made many great memories and friends up there…
Come along and see what Santa’s Reindeer keep busy doing in their off-season (Hint: Some regrow their antlers, and some end up “In The Bowl”)..
Who’s up for a game of “Midnight Golf”?
I also check out Seward’s phenomenal “Exit Glacier,” which you can literally walk right up to and touch! Also, the mountain in the picture preview is the legendary Mt. Mckinley (Denali, as the locals call it), the tallest mountain in the North American Continent at 20,335 Ft. tall.. This is the view of it from sea level!

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