A Woman Who Went to Alaska by May Kellogg Sullivan (Free Audio Book)
A WOMAN WHO WENT TO ALASKA by MAY KELLOGG SULLIVAN – A free audiobook
Narrated by Karen Commins
Alaska first became a state in 1959 and even to this day, the land is mostly unspoiled and picturesque. Today, it has been a popular tourist spot for its amazing vistas, safe tours, and fun entertainment and is a truly relaxing place to go to. Now, can you imagine it a century ago? When Alaska was still a mostly undiscovered and untamed beauty with no luxurious hotels to accommodate you through the chilling night?
A Woman Went to Alaska is the answer to that question. May Kellogg Sullivan’s personal account to traveling to this still unknown land is an amazing and vivid tale of what Alaska was like before it became the populated winter wonderland we know of today. Her Alaskan adventure took approximately 18 months in 2 solo trips that covered about 12,000 miles. She camped around Alaska with only her skills and wits about her and enjoyed the natural untouched beauty of the land. While the nights were harsh, May Kellogg Sullivan will not exchange her one of a kind experience for anything. This audiobook is a great companion if you ever plan on going to Alaska for the first or nth time. Karen Commins delivered a perfect representation of the wonder May Kellog Sullivan surely felt when she first set foot in this land of snow and now you can hear this wondrous tale as well with this free edition audiobook recording of the book.
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