This is one of 51 programs filmed by Jim & Kelly Watt for this "one of a kind" series. To our knowledge no one has ever documented all 50 of our states plus D.C..
This series was shot over a period of 5 years. We'd leave our home/office in Issaquah, Washington in January and return in late November. We spent 2-3 weeks in every state and it was indeed an experience of a lifetime and proof tha this country is alve well and full of terrific people.
We hope you enjoy the preview and also hope you'll stop by our website to learn more about this and other "Discoveries..." series we've produced.
At Denali National Park visitors come to see Mt. McKinley, the spectacular scenery and wildlife on the 60 mile drive into the Denali Backcountry Lodge. A journey to Denali by rail on the Alaska Railroad gives travelers the opportunity to relax and enjoy the passing scenery of the rugged Alaskan wilderness. Ferries on the Alaska Marine Highway System bring visitors north from Bellingham, WA to a variety of ports along the Inside Passage. Sitka is in the middle of the Tongass National Forest. Ketchikan is the Salmon Capital of the World. Whether it’s for salmon, halibut or many other varieties of fish, sport fishing in Alaska is “huge!"" Visitors can experience Saxman Village to learn about Native culture, dancing & totems or take a dune buggy ride into the wilderness. Also gain insight into the Alaska Native Claims Settlement with Cape Fox CEO Bruce Borrup. Bear watching & fishing guide/pilot Butch Laughlin brings travelers to the Pack Creek Bear Preserve. The Glacier Bay Express, brings guests up close to calving glaciers and wildlife in Glacier Bay National Park. A special tour highlights breaching, rolling, and frolicking whales near Adolphus Point. In Haines, journey upriver into the Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve. Further north in Fairbanks, learn about the workings of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline and passionate entrepreneur Bernie Karl of Chena Hot Springs explains the connection between hot springs, greenhouses, ice sculptures and energy. World-Record vegetables are the stars of the Alaska State Fair in Palmer and a glass harmonica player charms the crowd at Anchorage’s Farmers Market.
Loading more stuff…
Hmm…it looks like things are taking a while to load. Try again?