Outdoors
OUTDOORS Capital City Weekly Human instinct is to explore, to see first-hand and experience pleasure. Southeast Alaska hosts a plethora of visual, physical and emotional opportunities that are cultural and scenic. And here lies the rub - how does the man-meet-nature relationship evolve in a manner that preserves nature and continues to satisfy man?

Living with the wild blue wilderness

Dan Kirkwood stands on the deck of a vessel in Tracy Arm. South Sawyer Glacier looms in the background, and harbor seals and their pups can be seen on the icebergs.
Photo By Amanda Compton / Capital City Weekly
Dan Kirkwood stands on the deck of a vessel in Tracy Arm. South Sawyer Glacier looms in the background, and harbor seals and their pups can be seen on the icebergs.
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