After many nights of waxing on about all manner of things, Tyler and Aaron decided to start a Podcast about their adopted city. Anchorage is a weird place, and there's plenty to talk about. One could write a dissertation on human mating habits in Kincaid park, or point out the significant number of totally tasteless bumper stickers and duct-bandages, or discuss the fact that people in Anchorage take care of each other more than anywhere else in the nation (a fact). It's a microcosm of extremes and worth sharing with you, whether you enjoy it because you know the little quirks we talk about or because you are curious about Alaska.
“I know of no society in human history that ever suffered because its people became too desirous of evidence in support of their core beliefs.” ― Sam Harris
I have lived in Anchorage, Alaska since 2006. During the summers I can be found on the Kenai River, the Gulkana river and in Prince William Sound. I enjoy the many bike paths around Anchorage which allows for easy access to most of the city. I live and work in midtown. And during the winter months I can be found in the workshop making everything from wooden boats to custom bicycles. I have a wonderful wife, Sarah, who is an Anchorage School Teacher, and two sons, Rhett and Luke. Both my Wife and I attended to UAA.
"The only way to make sense out of change is to plunge into it, move with it, and join the dance.” Alan Watts
I've lived in Alaska twice. After moving away the first time, my wife and I decided that there was really no place we would rather be. In the summer time I spend most of my time hiking, biking the Anchorage trail systems, practicing Yoga, and spending time with my wife, Natalie, and son, Otto. From about December until March, I spend my time slowly growing pale, becoming reclusive, and investing copious amounts of time writing, reading, coding, and playing chess.