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Alexander Archipelago and it rich resources of Alaskan king salmon, king, snow, and Dungeness crab also commercial stories about Alaska's fishing industry.

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Travel to southeast Alaska Inside Passage with Alaska's Golden Passport and explore Alaskan towns, Ketchikan, Sitka, Juneau, Skagway and Seward. In addition, producing promotional internet marketing, starting a home business online, business software, home-based opportunities and small business advertising.

Let Alaska's Golden Passport be your personal tour guide as you journey up the Inside Passage from Vancouver, Canada to Ketchikan, Juneau, Skagway, Seward and Sitka. Along the way, become immersed in Alaska's native history, as the splendor and awe of Alaska's incomparable coastline provide the perfect backdrop for some world-class photography.

Alaska's Golden Passport is somewhat larger than the official United States Passport pictured here, measuring a pocketsize 3 ¾ by 5 ½ inches. Sure to become a collector's item, Alaska's Golden Passport is handsomely bound in a glossy dark blue jacket, featuring gold foil lettering on the front, and a flag of the 49th state emblazoned underneath.

Turn the pages and the story of the "Last Frontier" begins to unfold. Altogether, Alaska's Golden Passport contains 92 pages of facts, figures, and photos to guide you along your journey. If a picture is worth 1,000 words, Alaska Golden Passport's many pictures only begin to portray the grandeur of this pristine land.

Our web site includes web navigation areas such as: Free stuff, Software, Manuals and a Computer Store. Come on over and be introduced to a whole host of Internet needs to help you in marketing and equipment purchases to get the business rolling along smoothly. We hope you enjoy your stay, thanks for your time, Michael Sheldon owner of Take Aim Alaska.

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