Amid an array of photos that would set Martha Stewart to salivating, a shot of Pearson's Pond Luxury Inn and Garden Spa's flowered deck and Mendenhall Glacier view stands out.
In the article on bed and breakfast establishments in Tuesday's newspaper, (``Blossoming bed & breakfasts,'' Page 9) your reporter referred to Cindy Cashen's approach to the B&B industry as prosaic. Cindy is anything but prosaic.
ANCHORAGE - At Denali National Park and some other hot tourist destinations around Alaska this summer, cruise-ship visitors have dwindled. But a small rise of independent travelers is providing some new hope for the state's tourism industry.
FAIRBANKS - It hasn't been a good tourist season for Interior Alaska.
Alaska USA Federal Credit Union recently donated $11,905 to Children's Miracle Network to benefit Providence Children's Hospital in Anchorage and the Children's Hospital and Regional Medical Center in seattle.
Weyhrauch gets leadership training: Bruce B. Weyhrauch of Juneau, president-elect of the Alaska Bar Association, attended the American bar's leadership institute in Chicago March 16-18. Weyhrauch met with ABA President William G. Paul of Oklahoma City, Okla., among others.
Alaska Airlines named leader in technologyConvention planned for bed & breakfast group; Individual development network to hold summit
Leigh joins USKH: Nathan Leigh has joined Unwin Scheben Korynta Huettl Inc. as a civil engineer. Leigh will manage projects for public and private clients in Southeast.
ANCHORAGE - With runaway fuel prices, it's somehow fitting that Jim and Wilma Fowler's Airstream Safari sports a green sign, "Alaska or Bust," on the back window of the 25-foot travel trailer.
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