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  1. gwendolyn alley
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    love love love…and yes

  2. Christoffer Wahlberg
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    Great story! Thank you for sharing. Many elements sounded quite familiar to my home country of Finland. A beautiful place, but a place where nursing a passion for wine is difficult at best.

  3. Alissa Leenher
    Alissa Leenher at | | Reply

    What a beautiful piece. Thank you for the glimpse into life there. I’ve often thought of the challenges of the sun cycles, too light, too dark, but I’ve never thought about how that affects the land’s production, and as you told us, destruction. Lovely. And I would love to learn more from your mentor.

  4. Kaki
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    Wow do I like this. It’s such a personal take on the stamp that Alaska can put on you, even after one season.

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