It’s easy to start feeling blue in autumn, especially in a place like Cordova, where you can gain 10 inches of rain and lose 5 minutes of daylight in a day. But there is still so much beauty to see, … Continue reading →
As the days begin to get darker and the air gets crisper, I start to yearn for winter. It’s been mostly wind and rain here lately, with some moments of clear skies mixed in for good measure. But as I … Continue reading →
Television started out as a luxury, but by-and-by, it has become more of a utility for most Americans. Up there with electricity, telephone and internet, it’s something many people don’t want to live without. However, when it comes to watching television, more and more folks (400,000 last year) are cutting their cable and opting for internet-based television for a fraction of the cost. It’s easy and cheap. All you need is:
High-speed internet connection with a wireless router
The Native Village of Eyak and Alaska Craftsman Home Program are working together to bring a great opportunity to Cordova this month! If you’ve ever lived in this part of Alaska, you know how high your heating and energy bills can be, … Continue reading →
Well, nothing is ever normal in Cordova… that’s for sure! First it was Snowpocalypse, now it’s a record heatwave! Can you believe it’s been 90 degrees plus over the past 3 days?! Well, I’ll tell you one thing, we are … Continue reading →
One thing that sometimes gets me down when navigating the virtual world is that it so often only captures the highs, the carefully curated moments of a person’s life, that we deem worth sharing. As I bounce from blog to blog to Facebook post I often end up feeling like a very boring and stunted person as I look through everyone else’s “highlight reel.”
So I understand if this makes you mad…and I’m not trying to brag….but…..
The battle of the Copper River Salmon has been crazy in Dallas. With the announcement from Matt McCallister (FT33) and Scott Romano (Nick and Sam’s) taking to the waters of Cordova, Alaska to procure their very own specimens. John Tesar (Spoon Bar and Kitchen) quickly lashed out that he was expecting his own shipment well before the chefs dipped their poles into the water.