Monthly Archives: January 2012

Cold Alaskan Winters

Thanks to Eric, KL3DO in Fairbanks, I can share with you some FANTASTIC photographs he has taken of the beauty of extremes. Click on the link to go to his website…You won’t regret it. Beautiful photos from a Cold Alaskan … Continue reading

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Photos from Nome fuel delivery

Thanks to KL2ZF…

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Donations accepted

I want anyone who visits here to understand why I added a “Donate” button to the Alaska Reflector webpage. I am normally not a big fan of individuals clamoring for donations for their hobbies.  This case is a little different.  … Continue reading

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Snow Humor

I ripped this off a friends Facebook page, it’s a Cordova Alaska refrigerator…

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Snowy Sunday

There are places in Alaska with MUCH more snow than here. However, this is my back yard this morning with the snow still coming down. I was going to write the new Tech Section today, but I think I’ll be … Continue reading

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Slimming down for the New Year

The Alaska Reflector has taken the New Year’s resolution thingy to heart.  We have slimmed down!  No, we didn’t lay anyone off or cut their pay (10% less than Zero is still Zero).  We have combined resources into a much … Continue reading

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Happy New Year !!!

It was a great 2011…but 2012 is shaping up to be more than the end of the world. As most of you who are regular listeners know the Alaska Reflector is unique amongst the other IRLP reflectors out there.  We … Continue reading

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