8 Places Alaska Still Has That Are Practically Historical Everywhere Else

It is said that Alaska is ten years behind the times, but sometimes it seems more like hundreds of years. People still sled down snowy hills and mine gold for fun. Many people in rural areas live without running water, some even without electricity. Hunting, fishing and canning food for the winter are still common practice for many Alaskans who enjoy the simple, old-fashioned life. Although these places may have disappeared everywhere else, we still have them in Alaska.

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