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Posted on November 6, 2013 by olinselot There have been 0 comments

Please enjoy our " Approved" outdoor bloggers, every week! has recently searched the web for inspiring bloggers who want to akonthegologomake a difference. We believe that having a strong network of people with similar interests will lead to a healthier, safer, and enjoyable existence. Now, sit back and relax, we have done the searching for you!

"Tells the story of Alaska destinations through cultural, educational, and recreational opportunities appropriate for children." is a fantastic resource for families traveling to Alaska with children! Erin Kirkland, an Anchorage freelance writer and mother launched AKontheGo in 2009 to provide families with ideas on how to fully enjoy Alaska.
akonthegofamilyErin, being mother herself, can give first hand advice, and tips that will make your visit to these locations more enjoyable. Her focus on family, and understanding the challenges that come with traveling with children gives a unique perspective that all parents can appreciate.

AKontheGo is dedicated to telling the story of Alaska destinations, and how to fully enjoy the cultural and educational opportunities as you recreate in one of the most remote states of our time with your children.
Erin is a member of the Alaska Travel Industry Association and Visit Anchorage, and she is also well connected to various Alaska vendors. She has created a list of vendors on her website that are specifically family-friendly products and services that will enhance the Alaska experience.

Mark your calendar for Erin Kirkland's book coming March, 2014! Alaska on the Go: Exploring the 49th state with children, published by University of Alaska Press.

Erin Kirkland is also a contributing editor to Alaska Magazine, and is cohost of the Alaska Travelgram Radio Show.






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