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FREE April 2014

Vol. 4 • No. 02

Southeast Alaska’s Premier Home, Lifestyle, and Real Estate Guide

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Honest, Professional Service . . . Building dreams one home at a time!


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Letter from the Publisher Photos: Shamrock Soccer Tournament Tilth Selecting Material for a Deck in Southeast Alaska Photos: Home Show Port to Starboard Progressive Dinner Gluten Free in Juneau? Recipe: Bread Bonanza

FEATURED PREMIERE BUSINESSES RE/MAX of Juneau Vickie Gartley. . . . . . . . . . . 1, 6

Prudential SEAK Real Estate Debbie White. . . . . . . . . 11, 22

ARXX Charlie Carlson. . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

RE/MAX of Juneau JoAnn Birt & Debbie Lewis. . . 3

RE/MAX of Juneau Marty McKeown. . . . . . . . 12-13

RE/MAX of Juneau Julie Moe. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

Real Estate Service, Inc. Julie Burns. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

Sunny Days Events. . . . . . . . . . 14

NYR Organics Amber King. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

Southeast Furniture. . . . . . . . . . 5 Residential Mortgage Vickie Perry & Bethany Woods. . 7 Exit Realty of Juneau Guy Ransom. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Latitude 58 Real Estate Group Holly Cerne & Sunshine Hard. . . . 15 Coastal Real Estate Group. . 16, 22,23 Shoefly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Stopher Construction. . . . . 17, 23

Powell Realty Powell Realty Office. . . . . . 8-9, 24

Prudential SEAK Real Estate Karen Wright. . . . . . . . . . 18, 23

True North FCU . . . . . . . . 10, 22

RE/MAX of Juneau Robyn Long. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

Alaska Renovators. . . . . . . . . . 10

Powell Realty Kimbee Anderson. . . . . . . . . . . 22 Exit Realty of Juneau Molly Gallagher Brink. . . . . . 22 NYR Organics Summer Beattie. . . . . . . . . . . 23 RE/MAX of Juneau Scott Lesh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Exit Realty of Juneau Marsha Smith . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

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Letter from the Publisher

Embrace the Imperfections


piders? Spring? them since February so we Sunshine? Oh my! haven’t totally procrastinatIt’s that time of year ed, right? Though we say again… Spiders are making we will do them early every an appearance in the house year, I also have to embrace more frequently, and it is a the idea that we put other sure sign of spring. They are things first whether it be for surprising us in the shower, fun or for work or for both. on the ceiling or even worse… We live very busy lives that By Anna Hoke in the bed! The abundance of we try to balance, though spiders is a good motivator for some sometimes we eat microwave meals spring-cleaning as we file are taxes in a dirty kitchen or are crossing our away. I am always envious of those fingers all the way to the gas station people who have their spring cleaning because the dial has been on empty for done is March, and their taxes done too long. Life is a continual balancing in January. It’s admirable to be so act that will never be perfect, we can prepared and punctual. Per usual my only try, and learn to embrace the husband and I have procrastinated our occasional dirty house, which we trade taxes with the common phrase “we’ll for good memories or experiences. For do them next weekend…” and so on me it’s dragging my poor husband until the last minute, though to be fair, outside at 1am for the aurora borealis, we have been “thinking” about doing or waking whoever wants to go fishing

with me. Frequently, I demand that whoever is in the house “come quick” and view the wildlife in the backyard. On the rare sunny day I will drop what I am doing to be outside. For me, these are the types of things that I embrace and often put before whatever else is going on at the moment. Life is for the living, and what is a life without

stories to pass down and experiences to remember. So go ahead, embrace the dirty house and go do something you enjoy, while being responsible of course. Anna Hoke is the graphic designer and owner of Southeast Living Magazine. She can be reached at Continued on page 4

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WE’RE holDiNg thE kEY to YouR DREAM hoME

JoAnn Birt Realtor

4875 Steelhead St.

• New Listing • 1661 sq. ft.

• 3 bedroom/2 Bath • $315,000

Attached Home. Located off of Back Loop Road. Park and trail access nearby.

3240 Foster Avenue

MLS #12845 1920 sq. ft.

• 5 Bedroom/2 Bath • $389,000

Single Family Home with Apartment. Great neighborhood and excellent rental history.

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• MLS #13220 • 1784 sq. ft.

Debbie Lewis

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• MLS # 13203 • 1839 sq. ft.

• 4 Bedroom/2 Bath • $370,000

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2570 Douglas Highway

• New Listing • 1947 sq. ft.

• 3 Bedroom/2 Bath • $579,000

Waterfront Home! Great view of Downtown Juneau.

789-4794 office 3031 Clinton Drive Juneau, AK 99801

0 North Douglas Hwy

• MLS # 13208 • 64904 sq. ft.

• Waterfront Lot • $160,000

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Photos: 2014 Shamrock Soccer Tournament


he 3rd Annual Shamrock Soccer Tournament took place this year on March 14-16. This is a Southeast Alaska invitational tournament for adult soccer players. The tournament is coed and played indoors. Given that the tournament falls around St. Patrick’s Day, the event is known as the Shamrock Tournament. Six teams battling it out over six games for the chance of being crowned champions and in the end, Petersburg beat the Juneau yellow team in overtime with a score of 3-2. Along with the annual 7-A-Side tournament in late May and the Competitive League tournaments in mid August, the Shamrock Tournament is organized by the Capital City Soccer League (CCSL). Increasing adult soccer opportunities in Juneau and Southeast Alaska is what the CCSL is all about. For more information, check out their website at:

Lakeside Condo

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ncredible views of Mt. Roberts and the Gastineau Channel. This 3 bedroom, 2 bath home is steps away from Sandy Beach, baseball fields, ice rink, Treadwell trails and marina. Many upgrades include fresh paint, new carpet, kitchen floor, light fixtures, bathroom fixtures, hydronic electric baseboard heaters with programmable thermostats, custom blinds throughout and much more. Spacious living with 2040 sq feet and a gorgeous yard loaded with perennials. This is a must see @ $379,900



bedroom 1 bath Douglas Condo. New stove, refrigerator and garbage disposal. Low HOA fees includes heat and hot water. MLS # 13179. Priced to sell @ $80,000



onveniently located close to schools, glacier, hiking trails and shopping. Well kept home with large fenced yard, great deck, RV or boat parking and a nice view of the mountains. 3 bedroom, 2 bath. Many upgrades in the past 2 years including roof, garage door, gutters, and Toyo. A must see! MLS# 12807 $235,000



ncredible views!!!! Over 2300 sqft., this 3BR/3BA home is sure to please. Beautiful wood floors and vaulted ceilings in the LR and Family rooms. Open floor plan in kitchen and dining area. Large windows, make this home light and airy but fireplace keeps it cozy in the Winter. Enjoy the wrap around deck all year long as you enjoy the gorgeous views of Downtown, Mt Roberts and the Channel. Large sqft garage and detached storage building. MLS #13229 $449,000




his 2 story Bicknell home is currently under construction with a completion date of May 28th. 2,080 sq ft of living space with 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths located in the Montana Creek Subdivision. Large 12,700 sq. foot lot. Amenities include oil boiler with in floor radiant heat, custom cabinets, 2 car garage, covered front porch and a 50 year roof and much more. Master suite has French entry doors, vaulted ceiling, his and her walk in closets and a 6 foot jetted tub. MLS # 13247 $460,000



uality construction from Bicknell, Inc to be built in the new phase of Montana Creek. 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath in 1771 sq ft of living space with a 433 sq ft garage. Master suite on main floor, office/den and covered patio are just a few of the amenities. MLS# 12564 $389,000


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Tilth In August I wrote about “nesting” food restaurants, grocery stores, as we were expecting a new community and home gardens, baby – and now she’s here! Born and more – they all make natural February 09, 2014 at the food easily available. I University of Washington see holistic food as the Medical Center, it truly is foundation of health as Elizabeth Stone said, and therefore a critical “…forever to have your part of the home. heart go outside your What’s exciting is that body.” In these early Southeast Alaska days, my life as I knew it too now offers an is very much a shadow, increasing number as I eat, drink, sleep By Dr. Summer Beattie, ND of resources for those and breathe only of wishing to live a more her all day – all night. So you can environmentally and health imagine, I could not come back conscience lifestyle. In turn, to write without mention of her. consumer demand has risen The focus of this article however and been better able to support is not her story, but a thought that those businesses offering organic, evolves from the inspiration she fair trade, sustainable and local and our other daughter spark products. Remember Orsi Organic leave our world a better place. Produce that was highlighted by Due to medical concerns that only Southeast Living Magazine last a hospital staffed with perinatolo- July? They participate at food gists and a NICU could manage, events hosted by the JAHC and in we had moved back to the Seattle Second Saturday, a market in the area to wait for her to arrive. Most Valley for local wares. There is also people either love or h a t e the Juneau Community Garden a “big city”. I next to the Mendenhall glacier, as always feel well as other resources. We have torn. Born in a rich community and some very Alaska and talented individuals – we just growing up have to find them! in Hoonah, Please, go there is on line a gravito www. tational pull that keeps you or the facebook wanting to come home to page and comment someplace small and uncrowded. help create a resource list of your I also loved living in Seattle and favorite holistic home products especially Bellingham. One of the and food sources available in things I missed most was not the Juneau. April is the perfect month amenities however, it was the agri- to make a fresh start on health in cultural community. Puget Sound the home. It hosts among other hosts a mindset of people that big dates to remember: World embrace and a geography that Health Day (April 7), Easter (April easily supports organic, sustain- 20), Earth Day (April 22) and able, and local farming. Farmer’s Arbor Day (April 25). These are markets, a variety of whole all meant to encourage vitality,

“We have a rich community and some very talented individuals – we just have to find them!” newness, refreshing, a coming to life for ourselves, others, and our planet. How will you embrace opportunity this spring? We started composting for the first time this year, and all winter I’ve been thinking about my Seattle Tilth book. It’s a roadmap for Maritime gardeners, but probably not perfectly suited to Alaska’s climate. I’m hoping to find some local Master Gardner classes, veteran strangers willing to coach me, or friends to just jump in and help me get my first real food garden in Juneau started. Tilth means: cultivated land; the state of aggregation of a soil especially in relation to its suitability for crop growth. I hope by starting in our own backyard, we’ll be setting an example for our girls to learn to live organic, sustainable,

local…. We’ll be showing them that we are making even small changes to enhance our tiny piece of the world. Together we can all make a big impact on the “Tilth” of Juneau…the cultivated space we live in, making it suitable to raise the next generation in….. Leaving it better place.

Dr. Summer Beattie, ND is a graduate of Bastyr University. She has over 8 years experience as a Naturopathic Doctor specializing in women’s health with an emphasis on environmental medicine. Having served two terms on the board of directors for the Washington Association of Naturopathic Physicians, she has also worked in the medical aesthetics field since 2008. You can reach her at or 907-209-4611.

Prime Lena Beachfront

17275 P O I N T L E N A LO O P ROA D Enjoy Spectacular Water, Mountain and Island Views from this Magnificent 7,456 sf Custom Beachfront home with 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, Office, flexible floor plan, huge basement, workshop, three-car garage and a Fabulous Greenhouse directly accessible from the lower level! Situated on a Private and Gated 40,727sf (.93 acres) lot with 146 feet of Beachfront. Custom features galore, too numerous to list. Call for an appointment to see this beachfront beauty! Asking $2,100,000.00

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Selecting Material for a Deck in Southeast Alaska


t’s nearly spring in Southeast Alaska and this time of year contractors are

often asked, “What is the best decking material for the region?” Decking materials range from natural wood to

manufactured treated wood, membrane, composites flashing and attachment made from details. r e c y c l e d A lot of composite decking materials. materials are on the market When it comes now and all seem to have to selection a the same low maintenance lot of things claims. Many state they need to be By Greg Stopher are resistant to mold and c o n s i d e r e d , Stopher Construction mildew, stains, scratches, including splitting and impervious the homeowner’s to water and insects. In the Alaskan p r e f e r e n c e s , climate all of these claims seem to maintenance, costs, hold true with the new generations of and the general composite decking as long as they are advantages and dis- cleaned and maintained regularly. Each advantages of each composite decking material should material under the be cleaned twice a year, usually spring advisement of your and fall to maintain their great look contractor. Each and durability throughout the years. material performs Although composite decks are mold and differently and mildew resistant, this does not mean can be used mold and mildew will not grow on the in multiple ways to obtain what the material. Mold and mildew will grow on homeowner is trying to accomplish. I the microfilm of the material and will will explore composite, natural wood, eventually affect the composite itself if

Spacious Sae Broc Condo

Custom Built Home

Offered By Honey Bee Anderson: Custom built home on 2+ acres includes high quality wood finishes, privacy & peaceful forested view. Features include 5 skylights, 3 fireplaces & custom built Birch kitchen cabinets, Oak in entry & loft area w/Cedar in the living & dining areas. The country style kitchen is flooded with light from the skylights above and stays toasty & warm from the wood stove. It includes lots of built-ins including a desk area and cooking island. A bonus is a sauna & a detached 2-car garage with artist loft. A Must See.3BD/2BA 2246SF MLS#12767 $479,000

Top Floor

Honey Bee Anderson Broker (907) 723-4233

Offered by Honey Bee Anderson - Top floor unit with vaulted ceilings including wonderful views of downtown Juneau, mountains and water. Wood laminate flooring throughout living area and bedrooms, vinyl in bathrooms with tile in the entry and kitchen. The upper views offer great views and privacy with a direct stairway access to the garage. Convenient location, close to town with easy access to the bus route. 3BD/2BA 1328SF $287,000 MLS#13078

Contemporary Delight

Offered by Honey Bee- 8482A Thunder Mountain Rd. 3BD/2BA. 1416SF. This 3 bd/2ba attached home captures the sunshine and the mountain view. Built in 2000 on a larger than-most lot, the backyard is fenced and landscaped with a large open deck in the back yard. Great design and floor plan with an open living and dining concept. MLS#13241. $289,000

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Offered by Darlene Donohue Immaculately cared for three story condo offers 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. First level you will be greeted with bright and beautiful water view. Walk out to your deck enjoying the sights .Open concept kitchen, dining area, living room, and half bath .Second floor offers Master bedroom w/ full bath, nice sized guest bedroom, and laundry room. 3rd floor has grand bonus area be it for bedroom or entertaining and has full bath with sauna. Well kept twelve unit condo with no shared walls. 3BS/2.5BA 1904SF MLS#13131 $329,900

Mobile Home in the Valley

Offered by Darlene Donohue: Nice 3 bedroom

2 bath mobile home in the Valley. Has new flooring and upgrades through out. Arctic entry and side storage. 3BD/2BA 890SF MLS#13092 $50,000

Condo Delight

Offered By Darlene Donohue - Going downtown for work, a bite to eat, shopping, or pleasure is a just a hop, skip and a jump away when you live here. Centrally located in Park Shore Condominium. This middle unit offers 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, kitchen, living room, fireplace, sunroom, storage and a washer/ dryer.2BD/2BA 1250SF MLS#13002 $214,900

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not cleaned regularly. A light detergent and a soft brush with a garden hose will easily clean the deck. Composite decking can be fastened to the structure in multiple ways. Face fastening is the most common which is basically a fastener through the face of the material into the structure. Composites can also be fastened with hidden fasteners or clips. Hidden fasteners are fasteners that are placed on the side of the material and into the structure. Clips are used to grip the groove on the side of the composite (must be ordered with these grooves) and fastened to the structure. Spacing is key when using composite. You can find special spacing tools to create hidden fasteners or clip fasteners, making spacing nearly automatic. When face fastening a composite material I will use a carpenters pencil to space the decking which gives it about 3/8 inch spacing. When using a composite decking, the structure or deck joists need to be spaced less than when you are using a natural wood or treated wood decking, at about

12” on center which will add some material costs and labor costs.

tation costs, environmental costs, and keeps people employed locally. Natural Natural wood decking material has wood decks need to be cleaned, stained, its benefits and drawbacks as well. and sealed regularly which takes a little Most natural woods used for decking more maintenance than the composite like cedar, redwood, teak, and other decking. The color of the stain can also be changed if you do exotic species have not like the color natural chemicals or are going want contained within to change the “I always use a sealer the wood to deter look. This is an rot, moisture, and or stain that is able important point insects. Wood consider when to breathe so moisture tocomparing materials like cedar common lumber that gets into the to composite will have to be decking, as treated with a wood can escape.” composite stays sealer or finish to the same color be impervious to throughout its moisture. Although life and cannot cedar has a natural chemical to deter rot, I always use a sealer or stain that is able be changed without changing the to breathe so moisture that gets into the composite entirely. wood can escape. Cedar is a popular choice in Southeast Alaska because it can be harvested regionally and supplied locally which cuts down on transpor-

The fastening on natural wood decks can be done exactly like the composite decking either face fastened or hidden fastened. Both ways of fastening are the

same as the composite decking, although the use of clips is not common with wood decking. Another advantage lumber has over composite wood is that it can span a greater distance between deck joists saving on structural materials and labor. But this can be offset by the fact that natural lumber may have warping, cupping, or crowning sometimes making it a challenge to work with. Pressure treated and Sunwood (surface treated lumber) material is also a popular option. Neither pressure treated lumber or Sunwood receives stain or finish well, so what you see is what you get. It is possible to paint, but it can only be painted with the right preparation using a water based acrylic latex paint. Membrane decks are the great idea in this climate especially a second story deck since the underside of the deck can be used as a covered patio or deck below. Membrane decks must be maintained and cleaned regularly to allow them to be in the weather for many years. Continued on Page 10

Thunder Mountain Home

Angie Nolan

Sales Associate (907) 321-9162

Beautifully Remodeled

Offered by Angie Nolan - Located in Thunder Mountain Mobile Home Park. 2 Bedroom, 1 bathroom. Refrigerator, Gas Range, Washer, Dryer, attached entry way and storage shed. Nice yard and two raised garden boxes in the front. You must be preapproved with the mobile home park. The mobile home park does not allow aggressive breed dogs, or boats on the property. Owner financing may be possible with 25% down. The mobile home lot rent is $510 per month and includes the lot space and water/ sewer. MLS#12416 $9,000

Trevor Roehl

Ruth Blackwell Associate Broker

(907) 321-0615

Offered by Ruth Blackwell: This home has been extensively remodeled- Kitchen has new countertopscabinets, lightingwood flooring, fresh paint, new furnace, new septic system-city water- dining room with built in hutch- Three bedrooms, two baths on one wing- and an upstairs bonus rooms with 3/4 bath- Add to all this a one bedroom rental that will help you with the payments. 5BD/4BA 3230SF MLS#13100 $425,000

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Continued: Decks in Southeast Alaska There are other variations on membrane decks that incorporate concrete, concrete pavers, and other materials and all are good options for a deck on a second story.

clip systems with the grooved composite decking I have found to work very well, although every joist should be clipped to

can greatly affect the structure of a home. The deck is usually fastened to a board hung off the home whether it’s a first story

I spoke of fastening systems above (face, hidden, and clip) but the fasteners themselves are as important as the fastening systems. Some fasteners are not compatible with pressure treated lumber and the chemicals in the lumber will eat or corrode many fasteners resulting in a failing deck. Stainless steel fasteners are recommended for pressure treated lumber. Stainless steel fasteners are also recommended for cedar because other fasteners tend to stain or discolor the cedar. I have also used hot dipped galvanized and aluminum hidden fasteners to fasten cedar successfully. Composite decking has many composite-specific fasteners and though they’re compatible with composite, be sure to confirm the fasteners are compatible with the structure the deck will be fastened to, usually pressure treated lumber. The


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which holds the ledger board ½ inch off the house to allow water to drain behind the deck. I still like to install an ice and water shield behind the siding that the brackets fasten through to eliminate any water that may find its way behind the siding. Decks require regular maintenance. No matter what type of material you decide to use for your deck, whether a new deck or refurbishing an old, it will be important to develop a regular maintenance schedule. Clean your deck regularly, stain and finish it on a regular basis and you will have a deck to enjoy for many years to come.

eliminate squeaks and clicks. The connection between the deck and the home is the most critical part of the system. Rain splashing up from the deck


deck or second story deck. The board, also known as, a ledger should be held off the home with a ledger bracket. A common bracket for this application is the Stratton bracket

Greg Stopher has over 16 years of experience in the construction field and earned a degree in Construction Technologies from the University of Alaska – Southeast. His company, Stopher Construction, LLC, is a general contracting company specializing in remodeling, custom finishes, additions and new home construction projects. He can be reached at 907-321-2350.

JUNEAU 3474 TONGASS BLVD Attached Home with Apartment: 3 bedroom, 4 bath attached home with a 1 bedroom, 1 bath attached apartment. Newer construction built in 2011. Many extras. Gather the family and friends around the kitchen and dining area with extra living space and room to spare. The spacious 1 bedroom, 1 bath apartment with a 1 car garage provides rental income to help with the mortgage payments while you build extra equity. Listed by Karen Wright. MLS#12933 . . . . $439,000

800 F STREET BUILDING N UNIT 2 2 bedrooms, 1 ¾ Bath condo MLS# 13202 Listed by Karen Wright. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$209,900

8276 GARNET STREET 4 bedroom, 1 ½ bath one story single family home approximately 1,200 SQFT home with 288 SQFT heated garage. Listed by Debbie White. MLS# 13249 $290,000


Lot 2B Marks Subdivision 13.33 remore acres (approx 230’ waterfront) north of Lynn canal and west of Sullivan Island. MLS #12526. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $55,000 GLACIER POINT-The unsurpassed beauty of upper Lynn Canal is a piece of paradise. 163.17 acres! MLS #12241. $650,000


Land: .34 acres Remote property on Elfin Cove which is on the northern part of Chicgagof Island which is 85 miles west of Juneau. This area has stunning scenery, wildlife, and world-class sport fishing. MLS #12421 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $50,000


Near the boundary for Glacier Bay National Park. Calm, easy moorage in frontage in the sequestered and protected north end of Excursion Inlet. More information at . Open a lodge or just enjoy slow motion living in this well built home set against nature’s backdrop. MLS #11344 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $525,000

NORTH DOUGLAS LAND 13 acres plus potential accretion out North Douglas Highway. Easement access at this time. Great views! MLS #12963 $231,700 9 acres plus possible accretion. Access is by easement. Water frontage on Gastineau Channel. Wetlands in some areas. MLS #12964 $215,200


MOSQUITO LAKE - Almost 3 acres near Mosquito Lake. Owner will carry contract. Power and phone lines are in to the property line. MLS #11207. . . . . . . . . . . .$37,500 LAND Haines Sawmill Rd - 1.23 acres. MSL# 13019 . . $49,900 Sawmill Rd - 9.56 acres. MLS# 12818 . . . . . . . . $75,000 Sawmill Rd - 13.75 aces. MLS# 12820 . . . . . . . $291,700 Sawmill Rd - w/shop & office building on 20.58 acres$625,000 Dock - Privately owned dock for commericial use, located next to cruise ship terminal. Includes building and retail/ loading area. MLS# 13075 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,125,000

SKAGWAY 520 10th Street - Four bedroom, two bath single family home set up like a duplex with shared laundry, perfect for employee housing. MLS# 13157 . . . . . . . . . . . . $245,000 440 18th Street- four bedroom, three bath single family home with a one bedroom, one bath cottage. Would make great employee housing. MLS# 13156. . $415,000


Lots . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $16,500 - $33,300 Cabin on Chilkat Lake, 1.5 acres. Lot 6< BL 8 . . . .$47,500

GUSTAVUS 5002 RINK CREEK ROAD 2 Bedroom secluded cabin on a full acre includes 2 freezers, stove, washer, dryer, satellite tv. 20’ Bayrunner Baia w/90 hp Yamaha and 6hp kicker. Turn key right to the dishes and bedding! MLS #12167 . . . . . . . . . . $165,000


INVESTMENT PROPERTY - 5 units, each unit rents for $650 plus $50 towards electric. Separate propane heat and on demand hot water to each unit.MLS #12655 $225,000

House on Chilkat Lake 4 bedroom 2 bathroom home with 2.5 acres, Lot 12, USS 3625, Birch Island MLS#12865 $249,500 Chilkat Lake extremely well built home on 2.33 acres. Private cove, excellent views, gardens, generators, water system perfectly set up for subsistence lifestyle in one of the most beautiful places on the planet. This one of the best “off the grid” homes you could ask for. MLS #12392 . . . . . $385,000


Waterfront Lots . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $14,000 -$40,000 5 bedroom, 2 bath on Killisnoo Rd. Log home, high efficincy heating system and wood stove, new floors/ carpets, fresh paint. Decks and balconies maximize the view. MLS# 13085 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $290,000 Lot 69 Kenasnow Subdivison , .75 acres lot with 178’ beach waterfront with a cabin. MLS# 13176. . . . $85,000

KILLISNOO ISLAND Approx 0.75 acres. Recreational property on Killisnoo Island outside of Angoon. Only accessible way to get to this area of Alaska is by boat or plane. MLS #12055 . . . . . . . . . .$45,500


350 HARBOR WAY- Check out this great mixed use piece of property in Hoonah on patented waterfront tidelands. This has excellent opportunity with living space upstairs and a shop with retail store downstairs. This building is now finished and the sellers have done a great deal of over the last few years. MLS #12742 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $750,000 Hillman’s Ranch - Approx 30 acres, 2 parcels with a total of 870 feet of water frontage! A stream runs through the edge of the property as well. Hoonah has no property or real estate taxes. Access to USFS roads is possible with development. If accessing by boat from nearby docks, coordinate with high tide. Extremely shallow at low tide. MLS #12486 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$600,000 Four bedroom, one bathroom home, centrally located. This older home has had some recent upgrades - specifically the kitchen. There have been many. MLS #11267 . . $125,000


1220 GLACIER AVENUE 1 bedroom, 1 bath condo MLS# 13119 Listed by Karen Wright . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$123,000 4429 JULEP STREET 3 Bedrooms, 1 ½ bath single family home MLS# 12856 listed by Karen Wright .$269,000 9152 JERRY DRIVE 3 bedrooms, 1 ¾ bath single family home MLS#12925 Listed by Karen Wright $ $285,000


4470 HILLCREST AVENUE 2 bedrooms, 1 bath attached home MLS# 13240 Listed by Delores O’Mara $239,000


TRACT M LONG ISLAND - This Long Island +/- 6.88 acre lot straddles the island. On the inside, a protected cove provides moorage. On the outside, spectacular marine and mountain views from several potential building sites. Located about four miles from Sitka by boat. MLS #11039 . . . . . . $295,000


190 SALMON WAY Very well cared for home in beautiful Pelican, Alaska! Two bedroom, 1 bathroom. Large deck - about 1200 square feet (!) with expansive views. Large hot tub to enjoy all year around. Feel secure in easy maintenance with a metal roof and monitor heating. Cozy wood stove, artic entry, satellite dish and covered walkway add to the not-so-rustic comfort of this unique property. MLS #12899 . . . . . . . . . . $149,500


Waterfront property located approximately 13 mile Mitkof highway south of Petersburg on Wrangell Narrows. No road access or utilities - high tide accessor 3300 foot walk in to property. Good King Salmon fishing in this area. MLS #12751 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $35,000 Lot 31 ASLS79-182, 3.49 acres or remote recreational land with approx. 214’ of water front. MLS# 13146 .$49,900


2001 MALLOTT - Stunning waterfront home in Yakutat. Master on 1st floor.The seclusion and beauty of Alaska right at your doorstep. MLS #11835 . . . . . $324,000 LAND IN YAKUTAT - 2 acre lot on the road system, about a half mile from the AC store. The upland portion of this 2 acre lot includes a pond. The road system is in, and a minimal amount of site preparation will be necessary. This is well drained soil.. MLS# 12821 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $89,000

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17090 GLACIER HIGHWAY Great home out the road. It is any gardeners dream. Very well landscaped and taken care of garden. This 2 bedroom home has great big windows to look out over the garden and even peaks of the water through the trees. Next to the house is a newer two and a half car garage with a two bedrooms and a spacious great room with a view of Chilkat Mt, Shelter Island, and Lena Cove. There is also plenty of boat and RV parking here as well. MLS #12699 $410,000



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Totally and beautifully remodeled home in the Highlands! This 3 bed, 2 bath home was taken down to the studs and remodeled by a true craftsman! The following upgrades have been made since October 2013: New roof, flooring, sheetrock, insulation, electrical, plumbing, kitchen, bathrooms, most of the windows and most of the siding...and more! Amazing views of Gastineau Channel and Douglas Island from a large deck! This home has a covered patio for enjoying the outdoors and view even when it’s raining! MLS #13193 Asking $359,900


Sunshine on the Mendenhall River on Meadow Lane! This tri-level single Family 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath home sits on a wonderful lot right on the River. Home features the following: Family room, living room, vaulted ceilings, solid surface counters, formal dining, casual dining, fireplace in living room, woodstove in family room, fantastic deck, large 2 car garage and more! Meadow Lane just down river from the Brotherhood Marty McKeown for a showing today! MLS# 12790 Asking $489,900



Beautiful Waterfront lot on Sunny Lena Point! This almost 1/2 Acre (20522 sq ft) lot is one of the last undeveloped Waterfront Lena properties left. Lot has been partially cleared and has the start to driveway. Building area for your new dream home is clear and ready to go! Located just before the NOAA Facility on old Lena Loop Road. Call Marty McKeown for a showing today! MLS # 12777 Asking $329,900


Highland living! This is a great single family 4 bed, 2 bath house with amazing views of the Gastineau Channel, Douglas Island and the Bridge! 2 beds up and 2 down, living room off of the kitchen, utility room/laundry, separate room for storage or workshop and a one car garage! Great deck space for catching the sun and watching the town go by. Call Marty McKeown for a showing today! Asking price: $379,900.00.



South facing Lena Loop Lot! This beautiful and private 1.14 Acre Lot on Old Lena Loop is ready and waiting for you to build your dream home! Driveway, Building pad, City Water, Septic System, Power...all done and ready to build today! Call today for more information. MLS #12825 Asking $199,900


Great business opportunity! Juneau’s only propeller repair business, A-1 Prop Shop! Established customer base, dependable income, tools...and lots of inventory of new and used props! New owner will need a garage/shop area of approximately 400 sq ft. Training and business plan included. Call today for more information. MLS #13123 Asking $49,900

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Rare Find! 6 acres D-18 Multi-family Lot on North Douglas Highway! This large lot located just passed the bridge on the uphill side of N. Douglas Highway. Great opportunity to build duplex, tri-plex, four-plex and more! 18 units per acre, call CBJ to explore all the possibilities! MLS 12301 Asking price is $$483,000. Call Marty McKeown for more information.



Rare find...Commercial Building Lots in the Valley! Are you tired of paying rent for your business? Build your own building today on one of 25 Lots available now in Vintage Business Park! Riverfront Lots and Glacier Highway Frontage Lots...with some of the highest customer traffic available in Juneau. Many different sizes, from 1/4 acre to 3 acre Lots available. Call today for more information!


One of the last great view Lots in Moutainside Estates! Build your dream home with amazing views of the Mendenhall Wetlands and Airport Runway on this 1/3 Acre lot on Robbie Road, near the top of Mountainside! Partially cleared and ready for a new home! MLS 12861 $179,900

Fantastic Douglas Building Lot on 5th St. Water views possible on this relatively flat 5000 sqr f lot. Call Marty McKeown for more details today! MLS# 12110. Asking price: $79,900



Building your Dream Home sound stressful? Let RE/MAX and Lowpete Construction take the stress away with these easy steps: • Call Marty McKeown today to look thru Lowpete’s House Plan Book and choose your favorite from over 30 homes! • Discuss financing options, either Construction loan with local bank or possible Builder financing of construction loan from Lowpete. • Meet with Lowpete Contractor to choose available lots, schedule the build, pick colors and you are on your way! UNDER CONSTRUCTION


New Construction Large Duplex in the Valley! This Lowpete Construction Duplex features 3 bed, 2 bath each side, Large units, 1556 sq ft each side. Great floor plan with plenty of living space for owners unit and fantastic rental income to help with the mortgage. High quality construction from one of the most experienced builders in Southeast! Over 200 homes built...and counting! 5 Star energy rating, 3111 sqr ft living, 2 garages, laundry etc. includes Builder financing. Call today for details! MLS 13096 $539,900




New Construction Large Duplex in the Valley! This Lowpete Construction Duplex features 3 bed, 2 bath each side, Large units, 1556 sq ft each side. Great floor plan with plenty of living space for owners unit and fantastic rental income to help with the mortgage. High quality construction from one of the most experienced builders in Southeast! Over 200 homes built...and counting! 5 Star energy rating, 3111 sqr ft living, 2 garages, laundry etc. includes Builder financing. Call today for details! MLS 13097 $539,900




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New Construction “Move in Ready” by Lowpete Construction! Beautiful upgraded Single Family Home near the Glacier! This beautiful 4 bed, 2 1/2 bath home to be built by Lowpete Construction Inc. Features are as follows: Hardi Plank type siding, 50 year roof, 5 star rated, 2192 sqr ft, 424 sqr ft garage, Open kitchen, Granite Counters, Tile Flooring, vaulted ceilings, laundry area, den, family room, living room and more! Call today for a showing! MLS 12188 $419,900


Duplex on half an acre to be built by Lowpete Construction! This quality home makes a great investment, each side has an impressive 1626 sq ft, 3 bed, 2 bath plus a one car garage. Live in one half and have tenant cover large portion of your payment, or buy it as an investment only and have positive cash flow from the beginning! 5 star energy rated, 50 yr roof, vaulted ceilings, open kitchen, family room etc. Call today for details on just how easy it is to build a new home with Lowpete Construction! $549,900


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gle Family Home w/apartment near the Glacier! This beautiful 3 bed, 2 bath(main home) w/1 bed 1 bath apartment is under construction by Lowpete Construction Inc. Features are as follows: Corner Lot, Hardi Plank type siding, 50 year roof, 5 star rated, 2324 sqr ft, 480 sqr ft garage, laundry area, living room and more! Still time to pick colors and flooring options. Asking Price $459,900 MLS 12324




House/Boat Condo all in one! This Brand New Floor Plan by Lowpete Construction is the perfect combination for keeping your boat, cars, toys and living space all under one roof! This is a 1927 sqr ft Single family 3 bed 2 bath home on top of a 1604 sqr ft shop, large enough for a 28 ft boat, a truck and a car...with plenty of shop space to spare! Nice deck with views of Auke Lake on over a half an acre lot! 5 star energy rated, vaulted ceilings, open kitchen, covered porch etc. Call today for more details! MLS 13098 $499,900


Duplex on half an acre to be built by Lowpete Construction! This quality home makes a great investment, each side has an impressive 1626 sq ft, 3 bed, 2 bath plus a one car garage. Live in one half and have tenant cover large portion of your payment, or buy it as an investment only and have positive cash flow from the beginning! 5 star energy rated, 50 yr roof, vaulted ceilings, open kitchen, family room etc. Call today for details on just how easy it is to build a new home with Lowpete Construction! MLS 13099 $549,900


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The Juneau Maritime Festival has promoted Juneau’s Maritime Commerce, culture and history for four years starting in 2010. This year participants and community members are invited to a hosted first annual fundraising dinner, “Port to Starboard Progressive Dinner” in Juneau to help fund the annual


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ou may have been wondering as you skim the aisles of our local groceries what the label gluten-free means. Because it is everywhere! With the Paleo lifestyle and books like Wheat Belly, it’s as if gluten is screaming at us from the package labels. The word gluten is translated from the Latin word glue and is a protein found in foods processed from wheat and other grains including barley and rye. Gluten is what gives bread products their elastic smooth texture. Unfortunately, scientific studies have shown as a result of highly processed wheat, gluten sensitivity is on the rise and is a cause for fatigue, skin, autoimmune, and brain disorders. Those with Celiac disease, eating gluten triggers an immune response in the small intestine. Over time, this reaction produces inflammation that damages the small intestine’s lining and prevents absorption of some nutrients. The idea of giving up wheat products can be quite a sad concept, but there is a happy ending to this story, laced with chocolate and cookies,

I promise. Within the last few years, there has been a significant increase in demand for gluten-free alternatives to our favorite dishes. As a person who enjoys buying local, when I decided to go gluten-free, I thought it would be a huge struggle. I envisioned myself up late at night searching the internet for groceries on as a little part of me died inside, but I didn’t want to eat flavorless cardboard food either. To my relief, local businesses such as Rainbow Foods, Wild Oven Bakery and Pie in The Sky Bakery and Cafe have provided some healthy and delicious alternatives. For those looking to find gluten-free products for cooking at home, Rainbow Foods natural market offers a variety of products such as pasta, flour, cereal and breads. One thing I found interesting is the lunch buffet offered Monday through Friday, 11am-2pm. The

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menu is updated daily on their website so you can easily check what is offered before you go. The menu includes several gluten-free options and at least one gluten-free baked good every day. Owner David Ottoson makes it a priority to address the needs of his customers. “Part of our mission is to support people in their health and wellness, and if their health is compromised by eating gluten, then we would like to offer an alternative. Based on what I’ve heard from many customers, they tell me they feel better after cutting wheat out of their diet. I’ve been doing this for 30 years and we have had different diet waves come through, but I don’t think this is a fad, this is more of long term decision for people,” said David. Pie in the Sky bakery is a little gem located next to the Canvas downtown. It is definitely a place to indulge guilt free. Andrea Mogil is an expert at making her dishes not only edible for different types of allergies, but delicious too.

My favorite is the Death by Chocolate which is so good, I don’t believe most people who order it even know it is gluten-free. “I first became aware of the need for gluten-free items while working in the Rainbow Foods deli kitchen. There were many different dietary preferences among customers, and we did our best to accommodate all of them. When I opened my own bakery, I included gluten-free (as well as dairy-free, egg-free, nut-free, etc...) treats and drinks so that everyone could get a little something special to make their days happier,” said Andrea. I asked Andrea why it is important for businesses to accommodate those with food allergies and sensitivities. She believes that

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3474 TONGASS BLVD Attached Home with Apartment Income Producing Property! 3 bedroom, 4 bath attached home with a 1 bedroom, 1 bath attached apartment. Built in 2011. Granite countertops in the kitchen and in-floor radiant heating in the master bath to sky light in the garage and 2 story floor to ceiling windows that allow the light to infuse the living space with joy and warmth even on Juneau’s coldest days. 1 bedroom, 1 bath apartment with a 1 car garage provides rental income. MLS#12933. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$439,000

17090 GLACIER HIGHWAY Great home out the road. It is any gardeners dream. Very well landscaped and taken care of garden. This 2 bedroom home has great big windows to look out over the garden and even peaks of the water through the trees. Next to the house is a newer two and a half car garage with a two bedrooms and a spacious great room with a view of Chilkat Mt, Shelter Island, and Lena Cove. There is also plenty of boat and RV parking here as well. MLS #12699. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $410,000

• Condo with a garage, at least 2 bedrooms 8276 GARNET STREET On almost a 1/4 acre lot. 4 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom single family home with a heated garage. MLS #13249 . . . . . . . . . . . . $290,000 1220 GLACIER AVENUE S O L D#203. . $123,000 4429 JULEP ST. .S. O ..L . .D . . . . . . . $269,000 9152 JERRY DRIVE. S O.L. .D. . . . . . .$285,000 9950 STEPHEN RICHARDS S O L D #42. . $21,900

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whether people are going gluten-free because of Celiac disease, an allergy or intolerance, or just to see if it improves their health, the availability of gluten-free items help people meet their needs while satisfying their wants. It also promotes a greater awareness of food, ingredients, and health. “My gluten-free items have always been popular with customers whether or not they need to avoid gluten. Since I tend to make things which are even better without flour and are yet more flavorful from their basic ingredients rather than flour substitutes, everyone seems to love them,” said Andrea. Some of the store packaged breads tend to be devoid of flavor, but the Wild Oven Bakehouse produces a wide variety of flavorful breads and products that are available at Rainbow Foods, IGA-Foodland and Superbear. For those looking to purchase Wild Oven’s gluten-free products, Rainbow Foods is the only location that carries their gluten-free bread, crackers, granola, and cookies. Daniel Martin, the owner, takes great pride in delivering tasty and nutritious breads using a traditional approach. “I built the Wild Oven Bakehouse because I wanted to make the best tasting, healthiest breads possible. We make all of our breads with wild sourdough culture, an ancient tradition that harnesses the power of fermentation by wild cultures of yeast and lacto-bacteria. I believe it is largely because modern people have strayed from these (and many other) time-tested methods of preparing food, that we suffer from many our health problems. Grains like wheat are inherently hard to digest. When they are not properly prepared by sourdough fermentation, they do not nourish our bodies. Many of my customers have told me that while they can’t tolerate “store bread,” they were delighted to find that our organic sourdough bread treated them just fine. Our ancestors have been making naturally fermented breads for over 5,000 years and it is hard to believe that a food once regarded as the “staff of life” is inherently harmful to human health,” said Daniel. I would like to mention that although these companies offer gluten-free products, their facilities are not certified gluten-free. It was advised by all owners, those with Celiac or severe intolerances, to avoid products from any mixed-use kitchen. The goal of these owners is to cater to as many customers as possible, and is an excellent example for other local kitchens to follow. That being said, I strongly suggest readers to give credit to businesses that take steps to accommodate those with dietary or lifestyle restrictions. One of the most amazing things about living in Juneau is the diversity in our local culture. We have people who have come clear across the world bringing new ideas and innovation to our town. I believe if we keep an open mind, not only do we learn from each other’s differences but we grow stronger as a community, with or without gluten.

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Stunning, custom 5BD/3. 5BA, 3,572sqft home with a 1BD apartment on .98 acres with water access to Fritz Cove & incredible views of Auke Bay. Beautiful, open kitchen tiled & hardwood floors, 4 decks, 2 living rooms, 2+ car garage at 988sqft, & so much more. Asking $775,000 NEW



Private Paradise! This gorgeous, 3 BD/2.5 BA, 1,826sqft, home sits on the water in Tee Harbor where you can look across to Shelter Island. Enjoy pure tranquility from one of the three decks, or from the bay window while enjoying the warmth of the wood stove. Built in ’76; remodeled in ’93 includes new addition, gorgeous detail work, & too many updates to list. 600sqft shop/work area. Asking $669,000



NEW APARTMENT!!! 4,741sqft, 4BR/3.5BA custom home remodeled in ’13 to include apartment. Grand entrance, lrg kitchen, vaulted ceilings, & private Master Suite w/jetted tub & walk-in closet. Views & Sun!! Asking $640,000






Stunning, 2 bed/2 bath, 1,696sqft home sits on waterfront, & remodeled in 2009 down to the studs. Views of the Gastineau Chanel, mountains & Downtown. The 414sqft basement can be used for storage or shop. Put your kayak right in the water from home! $454,000 W NE


Gorgeous 1,746sqft, 3 bedroom home with 1 full bath and 2 half baths in the Mendenhall Valley. Tucked away in a cul-de-sac on a large, 19,166 sqft lot. Built in 1967, remodeled in 2011. This house has a large media/living room w/ plenty of room to spread out & a covered deck off of the kitchen. Asking $349,000


Downtown 3BD/2BA, 1,288sqft home w/360sqft garage. Hardwood and tile floors, large master suite, large back yard, walking distance to schools. Basement is 2 rooms; 1 could easily be turned into a 4th bedroom or separate family room. Asking $315,000





Breath taking views of the Channel, Town, and mountains from the living room, deck, & master bedroom! This 2BD/1.5BA, condo is 879sqft. Enjoy watching the tram, cruise ships, & 4th of July of fireworks from your private deck. Dues include heat & hot water. Asking $145,000

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Whole Wheat Sandwich Bread (via bread machine) Makes 1 loaf 2 cups whole wheat pastry flour, or spelt (I love to grind mine fresh in a heavy duty blender) 1 cup unbleached all-purpose flour 1Tlbspoon olive oil, coconut oil or organic butter 3T honey, agave syrup or maple syrup 2T lemon juice, apple cider vinegar or whole milk organic yogurt 1 1/3 cup water, I like to use warm water but not necessary Morning additions (or after at least 12-20 hours, a post-it comes in handy pre –coffee) 2 ½ teaspoon dry active yeast 1 ½ teaspoon salt (I like to also make additions that I like to add, fresh alfalfa sprouts, flax meal, wheat germ, or other not more than a half cup) You also might need to add a bit of water or flour if you think it looks a bit dry or wet.


y family has great master Peter Reinheart always had a (please look to them for the love of bread, good stuff). What I needed whether it was my mom’s is a quick but healthy weekly awesome tender rolls at loaf that I didn’t have to fuss Thanksgiving or when with that my children would our house was broken eat. So for disclaimer I mostly into and all we could find Contributed use the dough setting on my by Amber King missing were two loaves of machine, so I can form and French bread. I have also shape my loaves in regular inherited this love of a well-crafted pans, but in a pinch I’ve found loaf, kneading, rising, yeasty or even the full wheat bread setting fermenting, I love bread. I can spend works great and everyone is happy. a week getting a good poolish going This method takes a little planning for a few baguettes or focaccia, but but nothing like starting wild yeast what I have found my family needs culture, just assemble in the pan at and wants is just a good healthy easy night and leave out the yeast and slicing sandwich bread. And where salt. Hit start on the dough cycle does my love of baking, milling and and that’s it until the morning. crafting turn to you ask? My trusty Letting the ingredients sit overnight $10 garage sale bread machine. begins a “sprouting process” and the Yes, you heard that right, we’re not acidity of the (lemon juice, yogurt talking “The Bread Bible” by Rose or vinegar) breaks down the phytic Levy Berenbaum or anything by the acid in the wheat “conditioning it”


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without ”yoga mat petro chemicals” that commercial breads use like the Subway chain recently came into heat for. But these are used in most commercial bread products from hot dog buns to wonder bread and all in-between. With the breaking down of gluten in the wheat you get a softer and easier to digest loaf. I also love this recipe because I’ve made it ten different ways and still get a great result. So go ahead dust off that unused wedding present, or thrift store buy, you will need to know depending on the brand how they formulate the recipes, usually it’s either water in first and flour last or the opposite, no manual, well you can easily get online and they will have a recipe or more in the manual and you can adjust the recipe as follows. Amber King can be emailed at

Now you can either run another dough cycle and shape and rise your own loafs in pans (if you do a double batch, or run the full bread machine cycle (mine I can even delay it to have it just done when I come home that night, which is the best way to walk in the door and smell fresh bread) If you cook it in the bread machine, let it rest for 15 minutes and invert the pan on a baking rack, then let rest another 20 or so minutes before slicing. This is really a great sandwich bread and is pennies on the dollar compared to buying a loaf of whole wheat in the store. You can make a double batch and freeze one too. Have fun and think spring. From my table to yours, Amber King

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RE/MAX of Juneau 3031 Clinton Drive • Juneau, AK 99801 Your connection in your community for news, entertainment and information.

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2227 N. Jordan Avenue • Juneau, AK 99801

Cell: (907) 723-1338 Bus: (907) 790-3948 • Fax: (907) 789-7197 Each EXIT Office is Independently Owned & Operated

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EXIT REALTY OF JUNEAU Mobil: 907.321.5400 Off: 907.790.3948 Fax: 907.789.7197 2227 N. Jordan Ave. • Juneau, AK 99801 Each EXIT Office is Independently Owned & Operated


Greg Stopher Owner

Specializing in remodeling, custom finishes, additions and new home construction projects. PO BOX 21375, JUNEAU, AK 99802 • 907-321-2350 STOPHERCRAFTSMAN@GMAIL.COM • WWW.STOPHERCRAFTSMAN.COM

Karen Wright REALTOR® CELL 907-321-5866 OFFICE 907-789-5533

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8585 Old Dairy Road #102 Juneau, Alaska 99801




Let Our Family Bring Your Family Home! Cozy Bungalow

Honey Bee Anderson Broker

Offered by Honey BeeDesigned with efficiency for an affordable low to median income buyer. Features include 50 year asphalt shingle roof, cement board siding, super insulated package with a 5-star rating. It is all electric with radiant in-floor heating & efficient electric boiler. All stainless appliances are included. Buyer must go through a qualification process and their income limit must not exceed the 120% median income limit. There is a 99 year land lease which is renewable. MLS 12915 $239,000 2bd/1ba

Mobile Home With a View

Spectacular Cedar Log Home

Offered by Honey Bee This manufactured home in Thunder Mountain MHP is a doublewide with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths and was manufactured in 1996 with a large living room and spacious kitchen. The master bath has a walk-in closet and a garden tub with jets. There is an awesome view of Thunder Mountain, and is conveniently located in the valley in a well maintained park. Affordable living and a great starter home. MLS#12783 $75,000

Offered by Honey Bee This large three story, 3 bd, 2 ba Justus cedar log & beam home situated on a secluded 3.2 acre lot is the “iconic” Alaskan property---yet only 3 miles from downtown Juneau! A gracious covered entry & comfortable deck welcomes you. Floor to ceiling windows in the two story living room give you stunning views across the Channel & skylights provide lots of additional morning sunshine. The cozy kitchen has all new stainless steel appliances, custom oak cabinets tile counters. MLS#12616 $535,000

(907) 723-4233

Peaceful Convenience

Kimbee Anderson Offered by Kimbee Anderson - Conveniently lo-

cated on a quiet cul de sac in the valley this large 3bd/3ba home boasts all the (907) 789-3888 amenities. With a generous 2300SFof (907) 723-7399 living space featuring a living room, family room, and bonus office space there is plenty of room for everyone. Although close to shopping, schools and bus stops the property backs up to a nice green belt lending a peaceful atmosphere. With a new pellet stove and several recent upgrades this home is move in ready! 3BD/2BA 2308SF $419,000 MLS#13084

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Yakutat Income Potential!

Imagine The Possibilities

Corry Isabell

Sales Associate

Offered by Darlene Donohue - Beautiful three building property with plenty of potential. First is the triplex with (907) 518-4391 3 one bed one bath furnished units with separate electric but shared heat and a large double 2 car garage. The mobile home used as a shop but could become a 3 bedroom home .The simple cedar cabin 12x 24 is used and rented as an Art Studio. Home is on a pond located in the center of town with easy access to the stores, post office and plenty of out door activities. Great place to live with a variety of income potential. MLS#12094 $250,000

Darlene Donohue

Offered by Corry Isabell: (907) 209-1235 This 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath, fully fenced single family home with a 1 bedroom, 1 bath apartment over the detached 2 car garage. This home is conveniently located near schools, shopping and valley activities yet amazingly private. Many upgrades and improvements including most windows new in the last 4 years, new water heater, roof 7 years old, stainless steel appliances, hardwood floors and new 2013 carpets, new garage and apartment 5 years old. MLS#13049 $499,900

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Executive Style Home

Business Opportunity

Sunny Location

Offered by Angie Nolan Angie Nolan Now is your chance to Sales Associate own an amazing business (907) 321-9162 opportunity! Curves is the largest fitness franchise in the world and the first to offer a 30-minute exercise program designed exclusively for women. Curves is a business where earnings are measured by your service to others. If you are passionate about helping women, and willing to work hard while having fun, then owning a Curves franchise may be right for you! MLS# 12612 $59,000

Offered by Angie Nolan: Super sunny location with an adorable 2 bedroom home. The garage has been converted into a large family room and very large fenced backyard with a big shed. This home has newer flooring, a new furnace and new bedroom windows which all add up to your new home! 2BD/ 1BA 1237SF MLS#13178 $259,900

Offered by Angie Nolan: 4318 Manor Ave. 4BD/3BA, 1915SF. Come and see this brand new executive style home with many added bonuses! This beautiful home has 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, large living room, a great kitchen, and exquisite tile work. This home has all of the extras already added in custom tile in all of the bathrooms and entry way, custom paint throughout, custom kitchen cabinetry with soft-close European hinges and crown molding, extra insulation on exterior walls, insulated interior walls for sound-proofing, pre-wired for remote open front door. MLS#13250. $459,000

Janie Bee Powell

Ruth Blackwell

(907) 789-3888

(907) 321-0615

Associate Broker

Associate Broker

Trevor Roehl

Associate Broker Property Manager (907) 789-3888

Can’t find something to buy? Then build! Available Lots: • 000 Cohen Way MLS#12782 $90,000 • 20007 Glacier Hwy MLS#12781 $90,000

• North Douglas Hwy MLS#13072 $109,000 • 20025 Glacier Hwy MLS#13154 $99,000

Out of Town Lots:

Gustuvas: • MLS#12491 Pine St. $15,000 • MLS#12490 Pine St. $20,000 • MLS#12492 Pine St. • Shelter Island – MLS#12613 $25,000 $99,000 • Angoon Lot – MLS#11823 $26,000 • Petersburg Lot – MLS12833 $59,000

Helen Troutt

Rick Haida

Cheryl Holloway

(907) 723-5228

(907) 789-4205

(907) 209-6602

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