It is what it is.
Time, is on our side?
The real vote we have we waste blindly every day. It is in the form and name of the dollar. Use it or lose it all. Put your money where your mouth is, and vote, every minute of every day. I bet you a milkshake on a perfect sunset beach, together we can make change so fast it will tip the richter scale.
I am one woman
Even though I try diligently, it is very hard for me to keep up with what is relevant with regard to the rest of the world and the persuit of personal prosperity. I am falling behind in the success of my own security. I simply cannot keep up with the changes going on. I need to step back. All I have is myself, my two dogs, one neighbor, one friend, and my Mom. I have a lot more than other people have. Unfortunately it is not enough to give much time to this project. I have had a recent arthritis development. I doubt anyone will ever read this. I have to listen to my own advise and take care of myself. I am all I have left for myself and my dogs. I care about others very much. I wanted to be a part of others lives. I always wanted to love and be loved. I am at the point where I just don't have enough to even try I miss my family as I remember them when I was a child. I miss myself when I believed in my dreams. I thank my sister Dana and my Mom. I miss my Dad. I miss my cousins. I miss my grandparents. I am Tanya.
(f) Rights-of-way or easements to waterways established under (a)(2) of this section shall be established approximately once each mile unless the commissioner makes a written finding that regulating or limiting access is necessary for other beneficial uses or public purposes.
Alaska P.A.A.D. Waterbody Use Questionnaire. Voting just got personal. In Alaska we can make it happen.
Our privilege to preserve, protect, and prosper within Alaska is provided by the Alaska Public Trust Doctrine. Just like anything and everything, someone will take it if we don't keep it. Stop arguing amongst each other about who can put up what gate. This is our State.
This is important and it was absolutely hard to find. I have dedicated a lot of time to this. Preservation of our rights coinside with the preservation of Alaska and our fish, our forest, our everything. It is not a coincidence that the Last Frontier is the Last Mile. Have no doubt that I would rather be ... doing a lot of other potential and more enjoyable activities at this moment than engaging in "politics." It is what is is and we simply have to buck up and get this in order.
Trust me...I absolutely abhore the ridiculousness that makes this necessary. I cannot change the past. Vote for your right to be a responsible, respectful, and part of Alaska. It is important.
This was really hard to find. If you care about it please pay attention to the link details and keep copies.
The important information provided in this post is that there is a portion of the Alaska Department of Natural Resources dedicated to the preservation of the Alaskan constitutional right to enjoy our natural resources. Respectful accessesability and the right to privacy can coexist. If this right is not utilized and acknowledged properly it will be in jeopardy. It is up to Alaskan people to keep our rights and to do so in the manner in which they are intended. In the last 5 years I have personally observed more violations of access denial than access utilization. We are not Alaskan to be on house arrest imposed by individual property owners. Respect dwellings of others. Respect privacy of others. Engage in communication whenever possible. If you cannot find the clarification you need to access a particular location please feel free to log it here in the comments.
Very, very, few people will read this.
I used to believe that Susitna North should "be on the map."
I have reconsidered that idea. There are consequences of "being on the map." Susitna North has maintained herself specifically because she is not a "destination."
Let the damages pass by unincumbered. Let Susitna North, be as she is. And please do not stop here to be an idgit. It is very annoying.
Susitna Tanya at Mile 91. I live in the bus named the Albatross.