“Southeast” – A Cinematic Essay

May 28, 2014

in Travel Essays

  • SumoMe

Southeast Alaska is one of the most remote places where one could live in the United States.

Approaching "Cake" (Kake) On "Taku"

No roads connect its few towns, which are scattered wide apart over 35,000 square miles of mountains, forests, glaciers and sea.

Should you move there to permanently live, or merely pay it a brief visit on vacation?

That’s the question posed by following short film which I produced and which aired last month on local TV in Marin County, just north of San Francisco.

(For more about visiting the Alaska Panhandle, read our ‘Destination: Southeast Alaska” story.)

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