This door says Alaska without any doubt. The wood around the door is old, but this door is maybe the most- ten years old. But the weather in Alaska certainly has played with the two pillars, one with paint peeling and other…well it’s clearly let’s make do. Any old post will do. Shove it into place and voila, the doorway is secure.
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I wanted so badly to bring a totem pole home with me from Alaska, but they’re not very practical to tote around! I suppose I could have had it shipped, but then as with any big purchase, you start to think, “Well, do I really need this? Where will I put it?” And so on and so on…
Carrie, I hear you! I saw some amazing stuff in the gift shops, but then thought, wow, who is going to dust this stuff!