Cradling his puppy, “Meatball,” a youth hangs out on the dock of the float house. The family built their home off the coast of Prince of Wales Island which is only accessible by float plane or by boat. The houses are characteristic of Southeast Alaska, tied down with ropes and floating on the water in an isolated bay.
Life in remote Alaska offers adventures and an atypical lifestyle rich in experiences.
- MELISSA FARLOW
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