Whittier To Seward 2012

Photos:  http://www.flickr.com/photos/sundogadventures/sets/72157631701269705/detail/ As I sit and reflect about the last voyage of the Sundog for the 2012 season I feel I have just a little better understanding of the verse from Psalms that talks about “a tempest that lifted high the waves” it is really worth a read so I will just post right here […]

Ilisagvik College – Barrow Alaska

This last week I had the opportunity to fly up to Barrow with my oldest son Caleb and Sundog team member and programmer extraordinaire Kym Van Arsdale to meet with our new client Ilisagvik College http://www.ilisagvik.edu/. Photos: http://www.flickr.com/photos/sundogadventures/sets/72157631260346646/detail/ Barrow Alaska is the northern most city in the United States and a very unique location, both desolate and special in […]

Dipnetting – Kenai River

One of my favorite parts of summer is the sites and sounds and experience of holding a 20 foot pole connected to a 5 foot hoop of gill net and waiting for a big old sockeye salmon to whack into the net while standing in the surf of the Kenail river.  With large numbers of […]

Jeff King’s Husky Homestead

This weekend we had the opportunity to take a road trip to Denali National Park to visit with a new client Jeff King owner of Husky Homestead and his wonderful team both k-nine and human:)  Although it was an honor to meet 4 time Iditarod champion I have to admit that for my kids the […]


ADAK ALASKA ADVENTURE Photos of our Adak Alaska Adventures When I learned that you could take a round trip from Anchorage to Adak for 15,000 air miles, have inexpensive lodging and truck rental and a high probability to shoot some caribou from the road system I knew that it was something we had to do. […]