Greetings from McCarthy


Welcome to the summer home of mikerenner.wordpress.com. Since the last posting in Alta, Utah our offices have relocated. The new home for the blog, as of this spring, is McCarthy, Alaska. McCarthy is the last outpost leading into the wilderness of Wrangell – St. Elias National Park. W.S.E.N.P., the nation’s largest park, is often referred to as “the mountain kingdom of North America.” To learn more about the park, visit the National Park Service website at:

http://www.nps.gov/wrst/index.htm.
As usual, visitors to this blog can expect regularly updated picture galleries and occasional anecdotes seeking to interpret the seasonal employment experience. The current intention of this online journal is to document the way-of-life, scenery, and surroundings of this remote section of Alaska. This, of course, is all dependant on the sometimes spotty internet connection remaining functional.

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One thought on “Greetings from McCarthy

  1. peter krhin

    hi mike, beautiful photo of the moose pond and surronding mountains, hope you are well and not being eaten alive by the mosquitos or other large critters. we’re off to ottowa this next week for a few days. will look forward to your next entry on our return love grampa pete

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