Final Reflection By Sydney Sanford

Sydney Sanford      When I first applied for the Alaska Great Lakes Project I did not know what to expect. Then when I was told I had been accepted I still had no clue what to expect. When I got ...

Final Reflection By Sami Montgomery

Sami Montgomery      When I got to Alaska I did not know what to think. I was scared, happy, and excited. However, when I saw the mountains all around me it was breath taking! I could not believe...

Final Reflection By Sam VanZyl

Sam VanZyl Alaska is a wonder-filled place. At one time it could be cold, harsh, and unforgiving. At other times it is sunny and warm. Fortunately we where present during the sunny weather, and littl...

Final Reflection By Martha Rozsi

Martha Rozsi This trip was meaning more to me than to most others. I had been to Alaska 12 years ago for my 8th grade year. On my trip I ended up getting injured and had to sit on the sidelines for s...

Final Reflection By Kristen Dornton

Kristen Dorton          While in Alaska I have learned how to apply the FISH philosophy to my life along with some more personalized things. Being away from home taught me independence, and t...

Final Reflection By Katey Tracy

Katey Tracy       When I stepped on the bus to Chicago which then would take me to an airport where I would fly to Alaska for almost a month with sixty preteens and adults I didn’t know, I kne...

Final Reflection By Joe Irish

Joe Irish      This journey to Alaska has been a fun adventure.  The only reason it was bad is because I saw so many animals like bear, caribou, and moose but I couldn’t hunt them. We went to ...

Final Reflection By Alix Curnow

Alix Curnow      Attempting to adapt yourself to be worthy of someone else’s attention is not the best way to go through life, yet for the past thirteen years I have chosen this materialistic w...