Alaska is a great place to call home, but living in the happiest place in the country comes at a price. What some view as a hardship, others may view as a welcomed challenge. It’s all a matter of perspective.
It’s a busy time of year in Alaska and everyone is gearing up for summer! Some of you might have already hit the road. Fortunately, we had a mild winter so the roads are clear and easy to travel. Speaking of roads, Alaska has a few unique laws you should know about.
One of our favorite meals is Spanish Paella. This week we are guest posting on The Alaska Life blog! Inspiration for our recipes comes from many places, this one came from our vacation to Spain and Turkey.
We use proteins unique to Alaska for our Paella
- Copper River Sockeye Salmon
- Alaskan Halibut
- Alaska Lingcod
- Razor Clams
- Kodiak Scallops
- Prince William Sound Shrimp
- Caribou Sausage
If you are getting hungry and want to make this amazing meal read our post on The Alaska Life blog, Spanish Paella – Alaska Style!
This weeks post is hosted on a fellow RV’ers blog! The Snowmads are fulltime RV’ers making their first trip to Alaska this summer. They are hearing stories about driving an RV up to Alaska. We are helping them decipher myth from reality! Read our Guest Post: Myths versus Reality-Driving Your RV To Alaska on the Snowmads Blog.
Just because Alaska is a beautiful far off land, doesn’t mean the state isn’t prone to modern problems. The ultimate goal is keeping you safe on your Alaska RV vacation by increasing your awareness.