DrFumblefinger was fortunate enough to witness hundreds of sandhill cranes gather in Fairbanks during the annual Tanana Valley Sandhill Crane Festival.
Samantha shares some of the different types of transportation she saw while in Juneau, Alaska earlier this year.
Billed as the “Farthest North Antler Arch” and constructed in 2010, the site has become a popular tourist draw in Fairbanks.
Samantha and her husband saw many eagles on their recent trip to Juneau, Alaska.
An Alaska sea otter hitches a ride on a water taxi to escape the jaws of a hungry killer whale.
A bus left as a shelter in the wilds of Alaska became famous in 'Into the Wild,' and had become a dangerous attraction for others.
DrFumblefinger visits the most northern Botanical Garden in North America, featuring native plants that thrive in this subartic climate and a beautiful assortment of blooming seasonal plants.
DrFumblefinger shares photos of the rather unusual lobby of the Hotel Seward.
Canada extends its cruise ship ban past July 1st, essentially putting an end to hopes for a short season.
DrFumblefinger visits the impressive and beautiful harbor in Seward, Alaska.
The virus crisis with its uneven effects on airlines, has boosted Alaska's main airport to the top of the world heap.
A nicely preserved church that's 115 years old, St. Peter's is still an active parish. The church is listed on the Register of National Historic places.
An excellent seafood restaurant in Seward, Ray's has won the prestigous "Alaska Best Restaurant" award.
DrFumblefinger shares the story of the Alaska state flag, and of the young orphan who designed it.
DrFumblefinger visits Hope, Alaska. Site of the first Alaska gold rush, the town is small but many of the gold-era mining buildings survive. Thousands of pink salmon were migrating upstream to spawn, a sight DrFumblefinger will always remember.