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Date registered: October 4, 2011

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  1. Alaska, OHMMWCB Part 2: Tracy Arm — July 20, 2011
  2. Alaska, or How My Mind Was Completely Blown — July 8, 2011
  3. When Lives Are On The Line: Part II — June 30, 2011
  4. When Lives Are On The Line: Part I — June 15, 2011
  5. Entering the Dojo — June 14, 2011

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Jul 20 2011

Alaska, OHMMWCB Part 2: Tracy Arm

With a title that long, sometimes you just need an acronym. Welcome back!  For those who missed it, here’s a link to Part 1 – Mendenhall Glacier. Today we’re headed down Tracy Arm toward a glacier we’ll never reach, but that’s okay–as any number of poets will attest, it’s the journey that counts.  Tracy Arm …

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Jul 08 2011

Alaska, or How My Mind Was Completely Blown

Hi!  My handle on this-here blogthing is Steamforged.  I am here by grace of wonderful happenstance, and I could not be more honored.  Dana and I encountered each other in line for Neil Gaiman’s Seattle visit (which occurrence she wrote about in such glowing terms as to make me blush), and we hit it off so …

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Jun 30 2011

When Lives Are On The Line: Part II

It took me over a year to get hired at the 9-1-1 center where I work. Now, before that my scope of employment was 95% shopping mall jobs, so its kind of like going from playing Calvin-ball at the park with some friends and then trying out for the Yankee’s. Now, to be fair, it …

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Jun 15 2011

When Lives Are On The Line: Part I

[Guest blogger Kaden] Call 9-1-1 Easy to remember and ingrained since childhood, call these three simple numbers and you can reach police, fire, or medical assistance. And that’s about the extent of the average person’s knowledge of 9-1-1. This series is meant to give you some insight inside my world, but mostly its just an …

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Jun 14 2011

Entering the Dojo

[Guest blogger Kaden] This was supposed to be a comment on Dana’s latest Dojo post below, but it was too long so I decided to make it a post of its own. Because, you know, why cut my word count short? That doesn’t make any sense. Without further ado… Dana, I was going to speak …

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May 17 2011

Look! Nature!

Hey blogosphere. Jacob here. Dana’s post about butterflies inspired me to share some nature meself. I recently attended the launch party of Bird Fellow, and I must recommend it to anyone who has an interest in birds. The website is described as “birding services, social networking, and habitat conservation”, and presents as a way to identify …

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May 15 2011

Casting my line, seeing if I get any bites

Sorry about the title, I’m horrible handling fishing references, but both my father and grandfather are avid weekend fishermen and I feel an obligation to occasionally submit a nod to the sport of sitting in a boat in the rain and looking at the bright side of it all. Ahem. Right then. Hello blogosphere, it’s …

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May 09 2011

Wellsprings of Inspiration III: Guest Appearance from the Past!

[Foreword] When I was a wee lad of 16, I met our awesome host Dana Hunter in, of all places, one of those online writer forums that was all the rage before short-spoken birds and facial literature. I felt like I was in a shifty bar; a dingy, shady place where the real world threw …

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