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    Ah Cuzamil Peten {Cozumel, Mexico}

    Cozumel, a popular cruise port in the Caribbean Sea, is an island located off the coast of Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula. This island was one of our port calls on a cruise we took…

  • Life

    XIV

    In January 2010, Coach Saban and the Alabama Crimson Tide gave me with an early graduation present … a National Championship. In January 2012, I received the same gift when the Crimson Tide…

  • Life

    XIII

    The last time The University of Alabama’s football team won a National Championship, prior to me being a student, was in 1992. I was 4 and, without a doubt, I watched that…

  • Travel

    Caribou Crossing {Carcross, Yukon}

    Remember when I shared our adventures in Skagway, Alaska and our cruise through Alaska’s Inside Passage? I told you I had a story for another day about our Backcountry Jeep Safari to Carcross,…

  • Ketchikan, AK
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    Alaska’s First City {Ketchikan, AK}

    Located on Revillagigedo Island and surrounded by the Tongass National Forest, sits the city of Ketchikan, the southernmost entrance to Alaska’s famed Inside Passage and the “Salmon Capital of the World”. As we walked on to…

  • Juneau, Alaska
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    New York of Alaska {Juneau, AK}

    Off Young Bay along the Gastineau Channel, you can find the second largest city in the United States by area and the capital of Alaska, Juneau. Fun fact: Juneau has a land area…

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    Gateway to the Klondike {Skagway, AK}

    Skagway, Alaska. Year round population is approximately 900 give or take. Despite its small size, this city made a name for itself as the “Gateway to the Yukon” during the Yukon Gold Rush…

  • Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska
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    Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska

    In early June of 2012, my family cruised The Last Frontier (aka Alaska). The trip was to celebrate my brother’s 21st birthday, my MBA graduation, and my parents 30th wedding anniversary. This…