Alaska Family Slideshow in Anchorage Tonight (Thursday)

| October 22, 2009

If you live in Alaska, I will be up there today giving a slideshow at the Beartooth Theater Pub on skiing Denali, Mt. Hunter and Sultana. Please stop by and say “hi” if you can make it!



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Andrew McLean lives in Park City, Utah and is a gear designer, writer, photographer, ski mountaineer, climber, Mountain Unicycle rider and father of two very loud little girls.

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  1. Polly says:

    I was given a preview and it is a great show.

  2. Ralph S. says:

    I know that your travel to shows is probably covered, but I was wondering when you are planning expeditions and travel is on you, what way do you use to get the best deal on flights?

    I have heard people say that you should go to a discounting site, i.e., expedia, orbitz etc. and then take 50% of that price and go to and put your offer in and then increase in $50 increments. Sounds good in theory, I’ve never needed to go anywhere recently to try it out.

  3. Pierre Askmo says:

    Have you already held this presentation in the SLC/Park City area or is that still on your schedule? I would love to see it and I know quite a few in our little group would show up.

  4. Andrew says:

    Hi Pierre – I haven’t shown it locally and don’t have any immediate plans to do so, although if the opportunity arises, I’d be happy to break it out.

  5. Pierre Askmo says:

    How many people do you need to make sense of one of these shows?

  6. Jennifer Talley says:

    I would have loved to gone to your slide show. My husband and I are admirers of yours. Fortunately/Unfortunately, we live in Haines which does not lend well to slide shows in Anchorage. Please consider making Southeast a part of your “tour”. We do have some nice mountains to ski on/off/around.

  7. Pierre Askmo says:

    Hi Andrew, I must have asked the wrong question. What would need to happen for you to run that show? Not knowing what the underlying motivations are I just assumed number of attendees was the determining factor.

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