In an attempt to reduce duplication, please see [1] for now. I'll create a WikiTravel-specific page here when I get a chance.

I work in the travel industry in Anchorage, Alaska. I love showing off our state. If you have any questions about traveling to or in Alaska, don't hesitate to ask me. If I don't know the answer, I'll research it as best I can. To contact me, you can leave a note on my talk page, but I tend to be inconsistent about visiting sites, so I may go a few weeks without checking up on WikiTravel. If you have a more urgent query, please send me an email at [2].

I look forward to working on expanding WikiTravel's coverage!

(WT-en) Cluth 04:12, 29 Apr 2005 (EDT)

ContributionsEdit

  • Alaska - Getting in and getting around
  • Anchorage - Getting in and getting around; Hostelling International
  • Telephone service for travel - Miscellaneous fact-checks and general usage of cell phones in the US (my first edit was done as an unregistered user--I was IP address 69.178.40.95)

Real-time list of contributions

To DoEdit

Current projects

  • Refine driving in Alaska (more info on roads, etc.; note that distances are large and facilities are very sparse)
  • Refine other transportation options (more info on specific routes and destinations)--make it less of an overview
  • Add info to other categories as time allows
  • Add info to other categories as time allows
  • Link to PeopleMover home page and route map page
  • Links to car rental companies

Ideas for future coverage

  • Alaska Railroad route guide
  • Exotic Alaskan highway route guides (wait, isn't every Alaskan highway exotic?), such as the Dalton Highway to Prudhoe Bay or the Chitina-McCarthy washboard, shock-absorber-slaying Highway

LinksEdit

  • University of Alaska Anchorage
  • Alaska links
  • Other travel links
  • Let's Go - travel guides for travelers on the cheap (that is, poor college students like me)
  • Lonely Planet - travel guides for adventurous, budget-oriented travelers
  • Rick Steves - travel guides for budget-oriented travelers who want one step above a youth hostel
  • Other links