Cordova Chronicles: The sky is the limit

One of the charms of outdoor adventure is its unpredictability. Even the simplest activity can suddenly test one’s mettle.

Cordova Chronicles: News of the World

The strange situation at the Suez Canal captivated the world for six days. But Alaska has its own share of odd nautical news.

Cordova Chronicles: Cordova’s first ferry, gone but not forgotten

The M/V Chilkat sank in Guemes Channel near Anacortes, Washington, on January 12, 2021. Built in 1957 as the first ferry of the Alaska Marine Highway System, it had been converted to a scallop tender, and went down after breaking free from its nearby moorings.

Cordova Chronicles: A year without hoops, but growing hope

Dick Shellhorn reflects on a fateful 1956 basketball game, and the dangers of overconfidence.

Cordova Chronicles: Saga of the North Cloud, Part V

The Saga of the North Cloud poignantly concludes in this week's installment.

Cordova Chronicles: Saga of the North Cloud, Part IV

The real-life tale of adventure continues in the penultimate installment of the Saga of the North Cloud.

Cordova Chronicles: Saga of the North Cloud, Part III

Fresh peril awaits in the third installment of the Saga of the North Cloud!

Cordova Chronicles: Saga of the North Cloud, Part II

The thrilling tale of real-life adventure continues this week in the second installment of the story of the North Cloud.

Cordova Chronicles: Saga of the North Cloud, Part I

Dick Shellhorn continues the peril-fraught tale of the North Cloud, a barge that, in 1949, set sail from Cordova into storm-tossed seas.

Cordova Chronicles: Saga of the North Cloud

On Feb. 21, 1949, an exhausted and frostbitten seaman staggered into the Civil Aeronautics Administration facilities at the Mile 13 airport...

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