The literal translation is “life of the free air.”
With the week-to-week travel required for the World Cup circuit, there’s no way for skiing to follow the “bubble” model that was successfully implemented by the NBA.
A Fish and Game biologist said they had “closed down pretty much the entire island, which I don’t think we’ve ever done before.”
The city-owned ski area has an ambitious reopening plan for this season. Staff hope it will be enough to provide uninterrupted outdoor distraction this winter and keep people healthy.
City staff want to restrict skateboarding and some other activities along the seawalk. Dozens of skaters showed up to push back against that idea during a committee meeting on Wednesday.
Plant garlic bulbs pointy end up, about two inches deep and about six inches apart. Flower bulbs may be planted, depending on variety, from two to six inches deep.
Alyeska Resort is set to get the lifts running again this winter — but this year it’s “no masks, no service.”
Buckets of water and fleece blankets can slow the freeze-and-frost process
Weak salmon runs this year compelled Fish and Game to halt subsistence fishing entirely in some parts of the Yukon River — leaving many mushers without their main source of dog food.
Ornamental plants like petunias, begonias, dahlias and fuchsias won’t survive even a mild Southeast Alaska winter outdoors. We need to bring them into a space that won’t freeze.