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Go Big, Jack

Travis Milos is a busy man, hard at work and passionate when you speak to him. The energy behind those two traits is evident as he tells the story of his busy past few years building Big Bear Donair and Liquor and, later,...

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Skagway shenanigans

Early morning at 7 a.m. on Saturday, December 23 I began my journey to Skagway. The brisk Whitehorse temperatures of -27ºC would be a distant memory once I got to Alaska.I arrived to a balmy -6ºC in Skagway and I started the...

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Deep Fried Pickles

Bar snacks are the best. Any sort of deep fried appy always gets my attention. And deep fried pickles catch my gaze more so than the rest. Being a pickle lover I generally have all the ingredients on hand to be able to make up a...

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Take a Midwinter Break

“Her Majesty’s Royal Feast is a brand new and exciting event,” says Dave Blottner, executive director of Yukon Sourdough Rendezvous.This event will feature a five course meal catered by six local restaurants, with a speech...

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Pritchett Rocks Country

Having a ringside seat at an Aaron Pritchett concert might just get you one of his trademark cowboy hats simply for being there.”When I get excited about having a great show, I tend to throw them out into the crowd to give...

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Sprucey French 75

The spruce tip harvest was early this year; green buds started appearing at the ends ofspruce branches around mid-May in Whitehorse and continued being harvestable well into the first week of June – on higher ground at least....

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Three Weeks in Iceland

Hvernig segir maður, “I’m completely lost” á íslensku? What’s that, you say? Icelandic is one of the most difficult languages to learn? On second thought, perhaps I’ll just fall back on the old standard; hand...

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