When Suzie Suburbs Ran Off to Alaska
Ever wonder what it would be like to just pack up the car and move to Alaska? The author did just that. When Suzie Suburbs Ran Off to Alaska is the true story of one family's comical adventures setting up their homestead on the Knik River near Palmer, Alaska. More
Driving 4,500 miles from New Jersey to Alaska was only the beginning. Arriving in a new state, far from home, the author quickly learns what it really means to think and live like an Alaskan. Setting up their quirky home along a glacial river, these hapless homesteaders adjust to moose in the yard, ice worms in the well, and their peculiar, yet always friendly, country neighbors. Humorous adventures await, as the family journeys up the Haul Road towards the North Slope, visits the wild Canadian Yukon and attempts a first time camping trip.