Archive | July, 2010

Stopping to Smell the Wild Roses: A Nature Walk Around Alaska’s Byers Lake

Byers Lake (pictured above) is the kind of place you imagine when you think of the Alaska wilderness. It’s tranquil, pristine and beautiful. It’s not one of Alaska’s most spectacular sights — it’s no Yannert icefield, Glacier Bay National Park or even Mendenhall Glacier — but it’s quiet beauty is spectacular in its own way.

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Liz Borod Wright’s Published Clips

Check out my Contently page to view my full writing portfolio! Please email me at if you’d like to commission me for an assignment. Social Media 10 Social Media Tips for Bloggers Mashable, February 2012 8 Reasons People Aren’t Following You Back on Twitter Mashable, March 2012 Travel Writing and Photography America’s 10 Most […]

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Mendenhall Glacier: More Than Just Another Glacier

No matter where you’re traveling, it’s so easy to become jaded. Often you’re surrounded by a certain kind of beauty, and you can find yourself saturated and uninterested in taking more in. Should you push yourself to see one more ruined temple in Greece? One more castle in Wales? One more beach in Antigua? You […]

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