- Little Diomede and Big Diomede
- Quarter Pounder and Big Mac
- Unimak and Akutan
- Attu and Semichi
1. Little Diomede and Big Diomede (Ostrov Ratmanova)
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Contemporary adventurers, seekers, and lifelong Alaskans take you into the “Last Frontier” for wild and poignant adventures. Walk among bears, witness the Inupiat taking of a bowhead whale, and spend time “weathered-in” on the Bering Sea coast. Follow the seasons of commercial fisherfolk in the world’s most dangerous seas, sail the Inside Passage, or flight-see with bush pilots famed for high-stakes navigation around Denali, North America’s highest mountain. Discover the 49th state’s quirky side, including an entire town that lives in a single World War II-vintage high-rise and a “Hairy Man” who roams the Bush. Drive the Alaska Highway or head north along the pipeline Haul Road to the Arctic coast, not simply to get there, but to be there. Get the inside view as Alaskans share their stories of learning a new land or guiding tourists through Native culture. Whether you choose camping at Wal-Mart or casting for grayling on a lake named Paradise, whether you travel the Great Land in actuality or in your armchair, these stories bring Alaska alive, in all its complexity and glory.
Notable authors include Tim Cahill, Jon Krakauer, Pam Houston, Philip Caputo, Ian Frazier, and Kathleen Dean Moore.
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