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Why i live in bush alaska...

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'Nuff said...




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I spent a couple weeks in anchorage in the summer time with a relative up there.

Basically a city carved out of the middle of the forest.

Do you manage to make a decent living up there as a chef?

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Yes i do. Ive got two lodges in the bush who i work for. One is down home cooking buffet style and the other is fine dining chefs table. The only drawback (if that's the word) is i only work half the year. The other half im playing and working as the power plant operator just to keep from going crazy lol
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Looks nice up there. I also live in a midnight sun area( almost, it gets twilight now for about two hours) but its dank im the winter.
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Where at Lagom? Im in sleetmute on the kuskokwim
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Im on Sweden, a few time zones away but much like Alaska light in the summer, dark in the winter, lots of trees and moose, and beautiful.
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A lot of students at my school get externship there. I hear it pays really well. I don't know if I could deal with a less surplus of craft beer and the weather though.
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I used to always want to live in Alaska, but after Palin, not so much..
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post #9 of 10
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Palins gone lol. And it does pay really well. If you get in lodge its always salary plus room and board
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oooh I like that!

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