If you must, send Sarah a love letter instead.
At least here on the border, the bond between Alaskans and Yukoners is deep and enduring. Canada is family.
Bad roads and neglected facilities won’t turn back everyone. But what can be said of a state as magnificent and wealthy as Alaska failing at even minimal efforts to welcome visitors?
Crowding, garbage and careless behavior around a popular Southeast Alaska bear-viewing site have some tourists vowing never to return -- and some locals vowing to seek improvements.
A Haines woman beat back a wolf with a ski pole but was unable to keep it from killing and devouring one of four dogs she was walking with during a midday ordeal near 40 Mile Haines Highway.
The Whale House artifacts, rarely seen masterworks of Northwest Coast Indian art, will be displayed at Klukwan's Jilkaat Kwaan Cultural Heritage Center, village officials recently reported.
Tracy Mikowski holds a degree in wildlife biology and knows animals found in the wild should be left there. But when Mikowski came across a newborn seal in beach grass along Chilkat Inlet recently, she scooped it up.
"Gold Rush," the reality mining show set in the Chilkat Valley's Porcupine mining district, won high ratings in its debut season on Discovery Channel last year, but has its success translated to a boost in the number of visitors here?
It took Fish and Game biologists about five minutes to remove the treble hook of a Pixie lure from the nostril of a brown bear yearling last week. The cub got snagged while apparently rooting through a fisherman's tackle box.
One day away from a two-week holiday in San Diego, Keith Hutchins was braced against a sheer face on Mount Ripinsky, playing mind games with himself to stay awake and alive.