room to move (and then some)
plentiful wild foods, both flora
and 20 hours of daylight in the summer.
Of course on the flip side there are 40˚ below zero nights that last 20 hours,
and parcel post can take 3-4 weeks to get here.
Mail and delivery seem to be a problem even when I'm doing a giveaway. Anderson Seafoods wanted to set up a review and giveaway with me, except they don't deliver to Alaska. Something about length of delivery time, time is of the essences sort of thing. I guess that makes sense when you want to provide the best, freshest seafood to your customers. Boo for me! But being the ever resourceful blogger that I am I worked around their limitations and figured out how to make it work for you.
I get to eat salmon and halibut just about weekly, so I know how delicious it is, do you? Want a chance to try some? I'm giving away Alaskan Sockeye Salmon and Alaskan Halibut, here's how you can win.
- pop over to Anderson Seafoods and check them out, leave a comment letting me know your favorite kind of seafood
- become a follower for an extra entry or if you are a follower leave me a comment
- blog roll Hey What's for Dinner Mom? for one more entry
I received no compensation for this giveaway, the prize has been provided by Anderson Seafood.
Peace and Love-