Sharon Bond's son, 14-year-old Trevor, has a close connection to the vessels of the Alaska Marine Highway System. Especially the M/V Tustumena, the ship that links the family's home in Seldovia to the rest of the world.
...children of the Peninsula Occupation: Retired Business and professional organizations and other interests: Seldovia Chamber of Commerce, Susan B. English Booster Club, and Seldovia Bible Chapel. Previous political experience: 7 Years on the...
Many voters from both parties are still unsure of who to back for president, but with a lot of candidates to pick from and Alaska joining mre than 20 other states that are holding caucuses on the same day, local Democrat and Republican party representatives are eager to see how Tuesday's caucuses and preferential voting sessions will pan out.
...of Seldovia, where creations from the 2006 Craft Invitational Chainsaw Carving Contest, sponsored by the Seldovia Chamber of Commerce, add a decorative touch to the community. For instance, there?s the wooden angel keeping watch at the fuel...
About an hour and half ferry ride across Kachemak Bay, about 15 miles southwest of the Homer Spit, lies Seldovia.
Seldovia is a remote community nestled in beautiful Seldovia Bay and surrounded by Kachemak Bay. Framed by tall mountains laden with magnificent Sitka Spruce trees, Seldovia?s shorelines skirt the mountains, making the best of two worlds come together. Located across the bay from Homer, one cannot get to Seldovia by the conventional road system, but only by air or water. This makes for another Alaska adventure. Visit Seldovia?s portal Website transportation link (www.seldovia.com) for all your travel needs and opportunities.
On the Kenai Peninsula, mining has been part of our economy since gold was discovered on the Russian River, and Cooper Landing was named for Joe Cooper who discovered gold there in 1896.
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