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September 2012 • Vol. 2 • No. 7

Southeast Alaska’s Premier Home, Lifestyle, and Real Estate Guide PHOTOS: GOLDEN DERBY NORTH SALMON

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Inside This Issue

Letter from the Publisher

Hello Autumn...


fter a very excitdoor activities. The autumn ing and eventful colors are vibrant and the August including a weather is slightly cooler on few beautiful ridge hikes, sunny days, which is ideal for a little fishing, some berry folks acclimated to Alaska’s picking and some travelcolder climate. The weather ing where I finally got a is usually slightly breezier but dose or two of sunshine by still warm enough for a light leaving Southeast Alaska, I shirt or a few layers and the By Anna Hoke am here and ready to settle sunlight blankets everything into the fall season. I have mentally in a golden hue. Along with the ausaid farewell to summer and am pretumn weather, September in particular pared to start the fall adventures in reminds me of the Klondike Internathe wind and rain and hopefully a tional Road Relay race. Though I will little sunshine. I am not be running in it this year, I have participated in the Klondike twice and enjoyed both very unique experiences. My racing occurrence has always been great, and everyone involved seems to have a cheerful demeanor. This year’s race marks the 30th year that this event has taken place and I want to take a moment and say good luck to all the racers and thank you to all the volunteers who will be participating this year. And to everyone else, regardless to if you are Klondike or hiking bound, whatever your September and autumn adventures may bring or exist of, I hope they are beautieshing sip of water ful and full of unique exSammy the dog takes a refr in August. while on a Juneau Ridge hike periences. After all it’s hard not to have beautiful and unique adventure in Southeast actually excited to see falling leaves Alaska. because Southeast Alaska can produce • Anna Hoke is the graphic designer and a spectacular, though admittedly short owner of Southeast Living Magazine. autumn season. Fall in Juneau yields She can be reached at Anna@seaklivsome of my favorite weather for

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FEATURES Letter from the Publisher . . . . 2 Bauer/Clifton Interiors contributed photos.. . . . . . . . 3 Raspberry Dressing. . . . . . . . 16

REAL ESTATE SERVICES Flat Rate Realty Suzan FitzGerald . . . 13, 18 Home Maintenance Part 1: Interior Maintenance . . . 4-5

Prudential SEAK Real Estate Debbie White. . . . . . . 4, 19 Real Estate Service, Inc. Julie Burns. . . . . . . . . . . . 9 RE/MAX of Juneau Holly Cerne/Robyn Long. . 5, 8 Julie Moe. . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Marty McKeown . . . . 10-11 Mimi Rothchild. . . . . . . . 7 Scott Wagner. . . . . . . . . 17 Vickie Gartley . . . . . . . . 14

Schedule: Juneau Great Pumpkin Festival. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7 Photos: Summer Fun . . . . . . . 8

MORTGAGE & LENDING Residential Mortgage Vickie Perry. . . . . . . . . . . 3 True North FCU. . . . . . . . 19


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his home had an original kitchen from the early 80’s and was in desperate need of an updating; for both form and function! This project is a perfect example of how relocating a few key elements of the layout can improve the overall efficiency of a kitchen. The original layout had countertops that were “chopped up” and provided very little counterspace to work at, storage was minimal, and the overall aesthetic of the kitchen was dated and worn. We also determined that the useless soffits located above the cabinets could award this kitchen some much needed long term storage, so these were promptly removed during the demoli-

with the sink created plenty of space on either side of both zones for prep-work, and the new sink location also allowed for a dishwasher to be placed to the right of the sink as well. The new, centrally located range with builtin microwave drawer, is not only more functional but also serves as a dramatic focal point for this kitchen; especially with the accent tile extending from stovetop to ceiling! In order to achieve a high-end look, we encapsulated the Liebherr refrigerator with full height side panels & an upper cabinet and we also added a wood panel to the front of the dishwasher to create the look of built-in appliances. Sea-

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To bring this kitchen to life, careful placement of lighting was chosen to accentuate the cabinetry while providing perfect task lighting. Under-cabinet lighting was then incorporated to fill in the shadows under the upper cabinetry. We believe lighting can make or break any project and this is one of the best elements to seek advice on layout. To see updates of our current projects, please “like” our Facebook page under Bauer Clifton Interiors. More information about Bauer/Clifton Interiors can be found on their website at

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tion phase. Relocating the refrigerator to a wall that was not currently being utilized and dedicating the original location of the fridge to more counterspace was a tremendous improvement as well. Switching the placement of the stove

foam green granite countertops and a glass mosaic backsplash were chosen to infuse some color into the space, while the espresso stained maple cabinetryprovided by Showplace Wood Productsand satin nickel hardware help complete

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Home Maintenance

Part 2: Interior Maintenance


ith fall just around the corner there are certainly many things to look forward to in Southeast Alaska. I enjoy fall because of hunting season, it’s a great time to take fish on a fly rod, and it reminds me to start planning for ski and hockey season. Fall is also a great time to prepare your home for the winter months and to get caught up on yearly maintenance items. This will be a two part series – Part I (in the August issue) focused on the home’s exterior maintenance items and when they should be completed. This month’s focus is on interior maintenance around the home. Next month, Part III will cover the mechanical systems of a home and the maintenance involved with those items. Home maintenance will increase the life of your home as well as keep it healthy for all residents. With exterior maintenance I start at the top of the home and work my way down, I use the opposite approach

with interior maintenance; I start at the bottom and work my way up.

important to check it in much the same way. Inspect the entire space for any moisture issues.

The lowest point and sometimes the most problematic spot in a home is the crawl- Moving up to the main parts of the home space. If your home does not it is usually good to check arhave a crawlspace then you are eas that have water sources in already ahead of the game. Howthem, such as kitchens, bathever, a lot of homes have crawlrooms, and laundry rooms. spaces. Check the crawlspace for Check under sinks, around standing water on the ground. If toilets, and around shower there is standing water check to tub surrounds for signs of any see if the sump pump is workdamage. If you find any daming. If it is not working or there age, find the source and what is not one present, look into get- By Greg Stopher caused the damage. While in Stopher Construction ting the sump pump fixed, rethe bathrooms check and clean placed, or installed. A vapor barrier must the bathroom fan grill. The fan should be be present on the ground of the crawl- able to hold two-ply toilet paper to the space to keep unwanted moisture out of grill when it is functioning properly. the home. A vapor barrier must be sealed When in the kitchen don’t forget to check properly for it to be effective in keeping under the refrigerator and the icemaker moisture out of the home. Lastly, check supply line. It is also wise to clean or rethe structure and joists to see that every- place the grills of your kitchen hood vent. thing is dry. If you have a basement, it’s


Checking and cleaning the items in the kitchen and bathroom really don’t take much time. If they are performed twice a year, any problems that are found can usually be fixed reasonably. Under all sinks throughout the home, check the supply water lines and replace them with braided stainless steel hoses. It’s also important to be aware of what is stored under your sink. I have often noticed a lot of potentially hazardous chemicals stored there and I would prefer to see those materials stored outside of the home or disposed of properly all together. Some time should be spent in the laundry room. Check the supply lines to the washer. The supply line hoses are a place that commonly fail in a home and can cause thousands of dollars of damage. These hoses, like the bathroom hoses, should be the braided stainless steel hoses. The shutoff valves to the hoses should be functioning properly as well. Check the vent



Walking distance to downtown schools! 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom with living room and a family room (could be bedroom #4.) Over 2000 SF with carport and off street parking. Two fireplaces, lots of storage. Updated plumbing, electrical, and heating systems including boiler and oil tank. Freshly painted and cleaned – ready to move right in! Beautiful hardwood floors with more hiding under the plush carpets. This house is waiting to become a family home for many years to come! $385,000

It will be easy to embrace this charming attached 3 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom in a friendly neighborhood. Vaulted living room ceilings, efficient use of space, and a nice fenced back yard with garden area. Very large storage shed and south-facing back yard complete the picture. Perfect for the first time homebuyer or someone downsizing from a large property. $249,500

Conveniently located 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom condominium. Split level design eliminates the “apartment feel”. Laundry room in unit. Large deck. Garage with workshop and storage. Only minutes to downtown. Brand new carpet and all appliances stay. $199,500. 2708 ROGER STREET

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to the dryer to make sure it is clean of lint buildup and that it’s sealed and ducted to the exterior of the home. If a dryer vent is not ducted to the exterior it will release gallons of water as a vapor into the air of your home each day. Some of the miscellaneous items to check are the garage and windows of the house from the interior, since we have already checked the exterior. If the garage is attached to the home treat it like the home and make sure that all potentially hazardous items are stored properly or disposed of completely. Check for any water damage throughout garage. Check all the windows for signs of water intrusion and see if they are functioning correctly.

Moisture can also find its way through the home and into the attic in vapor form and condense on the underside of a cool roof deck in colder temperatures. This condensation can happen on a daily basis if the home humidity level is high enough and the roof deck is at dew point temperature. Another thing to check in the attic is any vent ducting run through the attic. Make sure all ducting is sealed correctly and vented to the exterior. It will also be easy to see the insulation in the attic and if the insulation is in place or if it’s time to add more.

“If a dryer vent is not ducted to the exterior it will release gallons of water as a vapor into the air of your home each day.”

One of the last areas to check is the attic. Most of the attic can be checked from the access but sometimes it is wise to check all the under decking of the roof for signs of moisture if the roof is questionable. Not all water-damaged areas of an attic are caused by roof failures or problems.

Set aside a rainy day in early fall to complete your indoor maintenance as most of these maintenance items usually only take a day or possibly a weekend to accomplish. Next month, I will provide a checklist for all the mechanical systems maintenance to help you maintain a healthy, safe, and durable home. Greg Stopher has over 16 years of experience in the construction field and earned a degree in Construction Technologies from the University of Alaska –


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Stunning 2,240 sqft, 3BR/2.5BA home with 1BD/1BA apartment. Large lot close to Auke Rec. Open floor plan, great natural light, large master suite, large 2 + car garage & yard w/beautiful gardens. Storage shed w/large covered area for dry storage & large indoor/outdoor dog run. Asking $491,900




Rare 6BR/3.5BA home in the Valley with 3300sqft of living area! Everyone has room to spread out whether it’s in the very generous living and family rooms, large kitchen and dining room or in each of the 6 bedrooms. Even the garage is oversized at 775sq ft. With a $100K facelift, this house has new flooring, new boiler and water heater, all new plumbing & many new fixtures. Asking $419,000

A great house at a great 1700+sqft and 4 BR/2BA this house is priced right! Open floor plan lends itself to easy living. Updated kitchen with newer appliances and countertops. Located on a corner lot on a quiet street in the Valley, convenient to schools, shopping and bus lines plus plenty of parking for all your “toys”! Call today to view this home. $309,000


Perfect lot to build your dream home on the downhill side of St Ann’s Ave. Views across the Channel of Mt Roberts. Take a walk to Sandy Beach or spend an afternoon at the rink. Conveniently located in Douglas near schools, bus lines and eateries. Asking $85,000.



Highly desirable ground floor garden unit with covered patio and large glass sliding doors. Generous floorplan with 1250sqft, 2BR and 2Baths. Beautifully updated with new flooring, glass tiled back splashes in kitchen and bathrooms, fresh paint, new lighting fixtures, new fridge. Washer, dryer in unit. Unit has storage room and carport. Close to work, shopping and schools. Walk out your door and enjoy a picnic on the grass or take a walk Downtown. Asking $229,000

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“Sunny seclusion” is what you’ll have when you move into this home located on 2 acres in N Douglas! Built in ‘99, this home features 3BR/2BA with vaulted ceiling and open floor plan. Beautifully maintained and “move in” ready! MLS# 11427. Asking $399,900


Juneau’s only ALL waterfront subdivision, minutes from Auke Bay. 31 lots available, each has 200 feet of waterfront & most are about 2 acres. Utilities include city water, electricity, cable and high-speed internet. Home construction packages avail. Private dock on the island and resident parking in Auke Bay. Prices start at $169,900

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he 2nd annual Juneau Great Pumpkin Festival is happening September 27 through the 29 at the Juneau Arts and Culture Center (JACC). Festivities include a Catapult Showdown (September 27), gardening talks, Tlingit & historical harvests and vermiculture. There will also be youth projects, local dance, and music. Local harvests will be displayed for the community to view. This

year’s festival will also have carnival games, fair food and contests. The contests consist of local harvest items, a pumpkin weigh off, pie-eating contest, preserves, pumpkin culinary, and fall art. For more information about the competition and other information, please visit https:// or email or call 907586-1616.

– SEPTEMBER 27, 2012 THURSDAY – SANDY BEACH NEW: CATAPULT SHOWDOWN COMPETITION: See Juneau’s finest as they HURL & CHUNK pumpkins! Yes, it’s THAT extreme sport. Age divisions specify min. 2#, 4#,or 8# pumpkin (or winter squash). Power by hand and crank; no motors, gas, pressure, or explosive materials. Safety rules include operator helmets, goggles, & stress-test before competition. Back-stop will be May Flower Island Causeway. Must be able to skid onto beach or assemble at starting line. Rules adopted from www. $20 per catapult entry; spectators free. Food & beverages available. Make it a picnic! Big cash prizes: $75. prize per age division • $150. grand prize • Ribbons • Prizes 4:00-5:00PM | ENTRANTS CHECK-IN 5:00PM | STRESS-TEST: That’s right, don’t crack under tension! 5:30-7:30 PM | STARTTIME: The crowd goes wild. Event will be filmed. 8:30-9:30 PM. BRING CATAPULTS TO THE JACC: Catapult can become part of exhibit & judged for design. Table-top catapults (with $5 fee) may be entered at this time or Sept. 28, 12-5PM.

Photo by Brenda Krauss

Photo by Brenda Krauss

– SEPTEMBER 28, 2012 FRIDAY – AT THE JUNEAU ARTS & CULTURAL CENTER NEW ON DISPLAY: Catapults, preserves, arts, and pumpkin/winter squash carvings, Market-Quality Vegetables or fruits; in addition to: Largest Garden Crop/Vegetable, veg heads, youth & 4-H project display & THE GREAT PUMPKIN WEIGH-OFF CASH PRIZES: $50, $25. All entrants draw for fantastic door prizes! Recognition & ribbons for all! 12:00-5:00PM | ENTRANTS CHECK-IN. $5 fee for up to three entries & free entry to evening program.

– SEPTEMBER 29, 2012 SATURDAY – AT THE JUNEAU ARTS & CULTURAL CENTER PUMPKIN CULINARY ENTRIES: All entrants draw for fantastic door prizes!! recognition and ribbons for all. 8:00-10:00 AM | ENTRANTS CHECK-IN. $5 fee for up to three entries and free entry to day’s program. 10:00 AM | FAIR OPENS TO PUBLIC: Admission $5 adult; $3 youth; free to 5 & under. 10:15-11:00AM | PRESENTATIONS BY YOUTH AND COMMUNITY. Main Stage.

5:00 PM FAIR OPENS TO PUBLIC: Admission $5 adult; $3 youth; free to 5 & under. 10 and under need to be accompanied by an adult. Exhibits, Fair Foods including Barbecue, Carnival Games, Live Music & Show, Catapult Exhibit with Juneau’s Competition Film shown continuously. Get your pumpkin early with a pumpkin fundraiser sale.

Go to the JACC gallery for film of Thursday’s Catapult Showdown Competition, shown continuously.

5:30PM | LIVE MUSIC WITH HEADLINE GROUP I: Crusty Old Farts Ensemble. Don’t worry they’re all about rockability, with favorite tunes from the 70’s to the more recent past.

12:15-1:00 PM | PRESENTATIONS BY YOUTH AND COMMUNITY. Main Stage.1:00PM ANNOUNCEMENTS MAIN STAGE: A word from our sponsors.

6:00 PM | LIVE AND SILENT AUCTION IN THE GALLERY: Visit the gallery throughout evening for local catapult film and pumpkin sale & silent auction.

1:15PM | LIVE MUSIC WITH HEADLINE GROUP: Crusty Old Farts Ensemble. Don’t worry they’re all about rockability, with favorite tunes from the 70’s to the more recent past.


2:30PM | SIGN-UP FOR PIE EATING CONTEST CLOSES: Presentations on Main Stage.

7:45-9:00PM | HEADLINE ACOUSTIC GROUP, II: Hillbilly Honeys, on Main Stage.

3:00PM THE CROWD GOES WILD: Pumpkin Pie-Eating Contest commences.

9:00PM FAIR CLOSES FOR THE EVENING. Take your old and new friends downtown!

3:50PM. FIDDLING, Located on the main stage.

Silent Auction will continue following day. Winners can pick up items 5-9PM Sat.

11:00 AM | NOODLE OF DOUM: Noodling around with squash-tastic percussion & belly dance. NOON | ANNOUNCEMENTS MAIN STAGE: Meet the Fair Organizers.

4:35PM FINAL AWARDS. Last Chance for Silent Auction & Pumpkin Sales. 5:00PM FAIR CLOSES. Please pick up your entries & prizes by 9:00PM. Schedule is subject to change. Please visit the website for updates.


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2011 Autumn Festivities

Photos by Anna Hoke

Juneau’s first annual Great Pumpkin Festival was held at the Juneau Arts and Culture Center on Saturday October 8, 2011. The Great Pumpkin Festival offered fair foods, how-to-presentations and displays, vegetable entries, pumpkin culinary entries, pumpkin weigh-off, veg-head creature entries, and pie-eating.

See photos of this event on our website:

3155 Pioneer Avenue

10628 Starlite Court

Views and Sunshine! Uniquely designed to take advantage of wonderful views of downtown Juneau, surrounding mountains and all the activity on Gastineau Channel – This home offers 2898 sq. feet of immaculate living! This 4 bdrm 3.5 bath home has new Silestone countertops, new appliances, a large living room, and the possibility for an apartment on the first floor, and potting sheds in the back. Asking $495,000.

Wake up every morning to a spectacular view! Waterfront property overlooking the Mendenhall Glacier and surrounding mountains - It just doesn’t get any better than that! Lots of windows let in loads of Natural light and with almost 2900 sq.ft. of living space, there is lots of room for everyone! Dual heat sources and neighboring Public Lands make this home even more unique! MLS# 11830. $562,400

5140 N Douglas Highway


Gorgeous views from this North Douglas Waterfront home! The home can be utilized as a large 3 bed, 2 bath single family, or a single family with apartment. The upper floor has had significant remodeling including the kitchen with hickory and cherry cabinets, Silestone counters, stainless appliances, and Jenn-Air propane range. The bathroom has stunning tile work, new vanity with Silestone counter, and heated floor. Beautiful solid cherry hardwood floors, new carpet in the bedrooms, custom concrete fireplace, and solid core 6 panel doors. The lower floor apartment which can also be used as the master suite has great views, a private deck, and sauna. Off street parking for up to 5 vehicles! Owner is an Alaska real estate licensee. Price: $499,900

Beautifully updated home that exudes ‘New’ throughout! Upgrades include Brazilian Cherry laminate flooring in the living, dining and kitchen as well as new carpeting in every bedroom and a new all purpose room. New paint throughout. Each bathroom is also tastefully appointed with the large master bathroom featuring a deep soaking tub and tile surround. Spacious front deck with the best view of Thunder Mountain in the Valley! This home is a gardener’s delight and is surrounded by a beautiful new fence. MLS# 11839. $320,000

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SINGLE FAMILY 10497 Fox Farm Trail

Breath taking views the minute you walk in the door from this amazing home on Fox Farm Trail! Watch the whales go by in this large 4 bedroom, 3 bath home with features such as: Large master suite, 3 levels of decks (main floor covered), 2 fire places, green house, hardwood floors, open kitchen, loft, hot tub, jetted tub in master bath, large storage attic and VIEWS VIEWS VIEWS! Another huge bonus is the 40’ Boat Slip with power and cbj water, being sold seperately. MLS#11791. Asking Price $1,050,000. Call Marty McKeown today for a showing.


3070 Riverwood

Beautiful 1564 sqr. ft. single family home with 3 bedrooms, 1 .75 bath. Located in a great neighborhood near schools. Features include a large back yard, and deck great for entertaining. Plus extra room for boat or RV parking. MLS#11601. Asking Price $315,000. Call Marty McKeown today for a showing.


3181 Douglas Highway

Enjoy Gastineau Channel Views from your covered deck! This beautiful 4 bedroom, 3 bath home sits on a large (15376 sqr ft) lot with an amazing lawn. Plenty of parking for your vehicles and boats, plus a 2 car garage. Over the top kitchen, vaulted ceilings, living room, family room, master suite and more. Call Marty McKeown today for a showing. MLS: 11264. Asking Price $485,000 NEW PRICE

3500 Stream CT.

Large living in the Valley! This 3-4 Bed, 2 1/2 bath home sits just one street from the Mendenhall River at the end of a cul-de-sac. Well maintained home with many great features such as: Family room, living room, formal dining, casual dining, all bedrooms upstairs, covered back deck and more! Beautiful yard faces South for lots of sunshine! Call Marty Mckeown today for showing. MLS#11511 Asking Price $399,900.


5167 N. Douglas Highway

Two houses on One large lot, North Douglas Highway! This 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath Single Family home shares this 1.27 Acre lot with adjacent house (attached only by a deck) that has 1 bed 1 bath apartment to help with the mortgage, extra also has a 1 bed 1 bath lower unit. Properties feature many upgrades including vinyl siding, metal roof, new kitchen (main house), new flooring, paint etc. Zoned multiple building, zoning to change in 2012 when City Sewer is available. Call Marty McKeown today for a showing. MLS # 11021. Asking Price $439,900 SINGLE FAMILY WITH APARTMENT

2901 Simpson

Amazing views of Gastineau Channel, Mt. Roberts and Downtown from this beautiful attached home in West Juneau. This 2 bedroom, 1 bath attached home has been immaculately maintained and boasts the following upgrades Oil effel stove plus electric heat, new kitchen counter tops, new hardwood flooring, newer carpets (2010), newer appliances (2010), Bathroom remodel (2011), terrraced garden area, glass atrium covered entryway, and more. This is a must see for affordable living with an amazing view! MLS #11813. Asking $245,000. Call Marty McKeown today for a showing.


3499 Meander Way

Single Family Home with Apartment on the Mendenhall River! This beautiful 4 bedroom, 4 bath home boasts many features such as: real hardwood flooring, newly remodeled kitchen, newly remodeled bathrooms (4 of them), formal dining room, formal living room, large 2 car garage, 2 master bedrooms, covered deck, woodstove, 2 monitor stoves and more! The large 1 bedroom, 1 bath apartment is already furnished, great income to help with payments. Home inspection and repairs complete. Call Marty McKeown today for a showing. MLS: 11408 Asking $569,900

40,940 SQR.FT LOT

17065 Glacier Hwy

Lena Waterfront living in this Amazing home on the water in Lena Cove! This 4 bedroom, 2 1/2 baths home has had extensive remodeling done between 2009-2011. Features include: Breath taking kitchen, dining, tile entry way, sheet rock, newer roof, new boiler, new propane on demand hot water, carpet, master bath, large Sauna, large deck, lawn etc. Too many upgrades to list, this home is a MUST SEE! Large 20037 sqr ft lot, plus an 840 sqr ft garage with lots of off street parking. Call Marty McKeown today for a showing. MLS 11268. Asking Price $698,500.

2536 Teslin Ave.

Beautiful Single Family with Apartment on a large corner lot at the start of the Mendenhall Valley. This large home features 5 bedrooms and 3 baths in the main house with a 1 bed 1 bath apartment to be used as a rental or mother in law apartment. Vinyl siding, tile, engineered hardwood flooring, granite counters, separate living and family room, formal dinning room, crown molding, patio/gazebo, mostly fenced yard, detached workshop and more. Within minutes of Valley Shopping center. MLS#11674. Asking Price $529,900. Call Marty McKeown today for a showing.

2435 ODay Dr.

8863 N. Douglas

Delightful 2 bedroom, 2 bath Single Family Home located on a spacious 40,940 sqr. ft. lot on North Douglas. Enjoy a handsome view of the mountains and trees from your living room while enjoying the comforts of a wood stove. There is also extra room for parking an RV or Boat. MLS # 11645. Price 295,000. Call Marty McKeown today for a showing.

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Sunny side of the Valley! This 3 bed, 1 1/2 bath Ranch Styled home sits on a large (12675 sqr ft) lot on O’day Drive! Here are a few of the many features: New roof (summer 2012) New pellet stove, new flooring, new interior doors & trim, new washer, newer range/oven, chicken coop, shed, fire pit, fireplace, living room & family room and more. Garage has been converted to living space and is currently used as a bonus room for a day care, but could easily be converted back to a garage. MLS # 11814. Asking Price $315,000. Call Marty McKeown today for a showing.

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17000 Island View Dr.

10790 Mendenhall Loop Rd

Charming single family home, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, with recent upgrades made to the kitchen and bath, sits on a large 21667 spr. ft. sunny lot, with trees for privacy and a gardening area. Property features include an enclosed porch, a shed, and tons of parking space. Call Marty McKeown today for a showing. MLS#11382. Asking price $259,900

8613 Marilyn Ave.

Beautiful Valley Ranch! This 3 bedroom, 2 bath home features the following: Complete kitchen remodel in 2010, updated flooring, sunken living room, family room, patio room, wood stove, fresh interior paint, newer roof, deck and big back yard! MLS#11732. Asking Price $339,000.00. Call Marty McKeown today for a showing.


VIEW VIEW VIEW! Make building your Dream Home on this 1.23 Acre View Lot in Lena Heights a reality this Summer! Incredible Views of Lynn Canal and the Fairweather Range. Driveway is in and ready to build. Call Marty McKeown for a showing today! MLS# 11627. $249,900








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0 Jordan Creek Avenue

2717 John Street

Beautiful views of Gastineau Channel and Mount Roberts from the deck of this 3 bed, 1.5 bath condo in West Juneau! Features include: updated kitchen, woodstove, all appliances, window treatments, newer heating system, deck, carport, storage and more! Call Marty McKeown for a showing today! MLS:11640. Asking price: $169,900.

2535 David Street | Unit 36

A condo with a view. Located at 2535 David St, Forest Edge unit 36 is 1bedroom, 1bath with a loft. This condo has views of t own and the channel, it receives lots of natural light throughout the day, has laminate flooring, and extra storage space.MLS#11749. Asking Price $149,900.00. Call Marty McKeown today for a showing.


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Build your downtown Dream Home! Beautiful view lot on Starr Hill at the end of 4th St. Call Marty McKeown for a showing today! MLS# 11557. $74,000

Light Commercial Lot in prime location along Egan Expressway, on Jordan Ave. Last lot available, saving one of the best for last. High visibility, flat lot, utilities to lot, paved access and ready to build now. Build your business on this large, 1.33 Acre lot today. $14 per sqr ft. Possible subdividing available if smaller lot is desired. Owner financing on approved credit. Call Marty McKeown today for a showing. MLS: 11054

7170 Glacier Hwy


Large 4 acre Multi family lot is zoned D-18 Allowable building inclueds Appartment Building, condos, small commercial ect. upto 72 units possible. MLS# 11501. Asking Price $295,000

Build your new home on this large lot on the Mendenhall river! This 3/4 acre lot is located just off River Road via the Back loop. Great Price on a great lot. Call Marty McKeown today for a showing. MLS #10348. Asking Price $79,900.


Lot #30 Spuhn Island.

Spuhn Island Beachfront Lot! 1.32 acres to the immediate left of the main landing site on Juneau’s premier Spuhn Island! This lot has a great beach and is facing the end of Fritz Cove Road. Build your dream retreat just minutes from Auke Bay with all the luxury’s of home. City water, power, cable tv, broad band internet and phone services available to make your get-away a luxurious one! MLS# 11661. Asking Price $179,900. Call Marty McKeown today for a Showing.




8143 Easy Street

8155 Easy Street


4850 Tamarack Trails A1

Tamarack Trails condo, conveniently located with 2bedroom and 2baths. Comes with a nice kitchen, fireplace, and receives lots of natural light. Owner has their own parking space in garage with a private storage room. Call Marty McKeown today for a showing. MLS# 11471. Asking Price $208,000 INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY

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4850 Tamarack Trails D6

Beautiful Tamarack Trails Condo! This upper floor unit includes 2 bedrooms, 2 baths plus loft. Additional features include newer lights, fresh interior paint, fireplace, vaulted ceilings, large master suite, with walk through closet to master bath, heated garage and storage unit. MLS#11510 Asking price is $219,900 Call Marty McKeown for a showing today.

Looking for an investment opportunity? This newly remodeled 6 unit apartment building located in Hoonah is ideal. “The Wind and Sea” currently being used as apartment complex and lodge has 4 units as long term and 2 units for lodging. Solid rental history with excellent income.The building 4,740 sqr. ft located on Garteeni Highway. 3 units completely remodeled in 2011. Other improvements: roof, windows, heating systems, plumbing, electrical and more. Call Marty McKeown today for a showing. MLS: 11319 Asking Price $299,900

• Lot 9, Erin Manor III Subdivision • 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 bath TO BE BUILT • 2264 sq. ft. • 528 sq. ft. garage NOW... • MLS 10024 $399,900

Lot 12 Erin Manor III Subdivision 4 bedrooms 2 bath TO BE BUILT 1832 sq. ft. NOW... 392 sq. ft. garage $364,900 MLS 10070

Select one of LOWPETE’S lots or provide your own lot. 4 more lots on Easy Street to choose from!

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Fish On! Photos by Anna Hoke The Golden North Salmon Derby kicked off on August 10 in Juneau Alaska. The derby began in 1947 making this year’s derby the 66th annual event. Derby participates have a chance to compete for the prizes donated by local businesses and individuals. This year’s winner was Brysen Mitchell. His catch weighed in at 26.8 lbs. For more information about the Golden North Salmon Derby or to view the results please visit their website




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By Hannah Lindoff I love the fall in Juneau. I know this is not a popular opinion but there are so many nice things about fall. I like the nip in the air and the way the undergrowth suddenly dies down and the landscape of the trails around town changes. The eternal summer debate - do I bring a coat, do I not bring a

coat?- is laid to rest and I can move forward confidently sporting outerwear. I like the tourists better in the fall. The few tourists still loitering through town, usually huddled together under awnings, are more sympathetic figures than the hoards that swarm the streets in the summer. My favorite thing about the fall though, is probably the food. It’s time to bring back hot cocoa and spiced cider. It’s time for pumpkin dishes and soup. And most importantly in our household, it’s time to eat fresh deer steaks! To say my husband is an avid hunter is a gross understatement. My husband

is obsessed with hunting. All year long he points out ridges and valleys in the mountains to me and tells me about what he thinks the deer are doing. We had his 30th birthday party at Cabella’s and we were there so late they locked the doors after us when we left. I’d like to believe that hunting is more cost effective than buying meat at the store, but when I take stock of all the expensive hunting gear in our house, I can tell you that this certainly is not the case. However, game meat is without a doubt healthier than store-bought meat so we try to eat it as often as possible. Lately we’ve been enjoying deer jerky

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9807 LONE WOLF DRIVE Another home of Quality Construction by Montana Creek Development to be built on the last lot in Phase I of Montana Creek West. Many Custom details, Huntwood or Diamond cabinetry, solid surface counter tops, real wood finishes and more. Upgrade to the Bicknell Super Insulation package making your new home a 5 STAR + energy rating This spacious 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 2 story home is waiting for you to pick your carpet, colors, fixtures etc. 1,789 sq ft of living space, open concept and 2 car garage. MLS# 11637 $399,000

2229 GREAT WESTERN 3 BR 2 BA Attached home on quiet cul de sac in Douglas. Built in 2001, this townhouse style home has many great features including tile floors in kitchen and baths, new hardwood floors in entry level, W/D and open floor plan. Enjoy a BBQ on your back deck and views of Mt Roberts from your living room. New asphalt drive way and Many other new features make this a must see. MLS# 11602 $254,900

302 WEBER ST WRANGELL Conveniently located 3 bedroom, 1 bath single family home on a corner lot. 1417 sq ft of living space, 2 car detached garage, lots of storage, fenced yard and metal roof. MLS 11792 $96,250

9214 EMILY WAY 3 bedroom, 2 bath attached located in the Valley. 1,337 sq ft of living space and a 300 sq ft garage. “As is - Where is” sale. $220,000


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ANDREANOFF DRIVE 3/4 of an acre to build the home of your dreams. This piece of land is located on the corner of the 3rd Andreanoff and Glacier Hwy. MLS #10621 Priced to sell at $125,000

8136 PINEWOOD Single family home. Conveniently located and move in ready. A spacious 1735 sq ft of living space in this 3 bedroom 2 bath, 2 story home. Private master suite is the only rooms located on the 2nd floor. Many upgrades have been done including kitchen remodel, all new plumbing & electric, Rinnai on demand hot water, Propane fireplace stove. Recent paint and asphalt driveway. Large fenced back yard with play house and shed. MLS# 11663. $345,000

2500 SHERWOOD LANE 5 Acres of Industrial Zoned Land at the end of Sherwood Lane! 3 plus acres have been filled and are ready for use. Plat available upon request as well as list of permittable usage. Sherwood Lane is road that DMV is located on. MLS# 10755 $1,500,000

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made from the hindquarters, where you’ll find the most tender steaks of the buck. The meat is cut into thin strips and seasoned with teriyaki sauce and red pepper flakes. Then it’s set in the dehydrator for 7-8 hours. The jerky should be kept in the refrigerator in a Ziploc to retain its moisture. Last year we tried to freeze jerky but the quality went way down so we have resigned ourselves to eating the jerky within a few weeks of processing (if it lasts that long!)

The super star product of the hunt is of course the deer steaks. The tender loins, the smallest but most tender muscles of the deer make the best steak and eggs for morning-after breakfast. The all around favorite is the backstrap, or loins, which run along the spine. The backstrap is best prepared medium-rare and with minimal ingredients (salt and pepper and olive oil). Be sure to remove the “silver skin” as it’s extremely tough; this simple but critical step.

We like deer burger not just for burgers but in lasagna, tacos, enchiladas and chili.

My husband also recently spent the better part of a day grinding tougher, more sinewy meat into burger (cuts such as the neck, shoulders, and rib meat). This is a labor-intensive project, especially when you are dealing with a handcrank grinder, but the final product is wonderfully versatile and holds up well in the freezer. We like deer burger not just for burgers but in lasagna, tacos, enchiladas and chili. It’s important, however, that the meat is thoroughly cleaned before it goes through the grinder, otherwise you will spend a lot of time stopping to clean the grinder. It is also worth your time to send the meat through the grinder twice. Nothing ruins a lasagna faster than biting into a hard chunk of…well, you’re not really sure what it may be.

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My husband and daughter will eat the heart and liver as well, but I’m just not there yet. My husband usually cooks up the heart and liver on the day he returns from his hunt. The frying deer heart heats up our small house and an aromatic steam rises from the heaps of wet hunting gear strategically placed around the living room. Is there anything better than Juneau in the fall?!

Hannah Lindoff grew up in Juneau and returned to the community after graduating college. She now lives with her husband Anthony, daughter Marigold and dog Haagu on Mountainside. Hannah can be reached at

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Raspberry Vinaigrette



Contributed by Amber King

1 1/4 cup Fresh raspberries

1/2 - 1 tbsp Red wine vinegar (see below) 1/2 tsp Dijon mustard or Moosetard (ginger birch is my fav)

1/2 tsp Sea salt (little generous)

2 1/2 - 3 tbsp Pure maple syrup or honey (adjust to taste and sweetness of berries) Freshly ground black pepper and kosher salt to taste

3 tbsp Walnut oil or other oil of choice (see below)

1/2 cup Toasted pecans (see below)

1 tbsp Water (to thin if desired)

Instructions: In a blender: add all ingredients (except pecans), and blend until fully smooth and creamy. If straining (or if using a whisk add all ingredients and then oil slowly to emulsify, strain and then return vinaigrette to blender and add pecans. Pulse through until pecans are well incorporated and mostly crushed, but still maintaining some texture, and add water to thin if desired. Note 1: Depending on the sweetness of your berries, and how much tang you enjoy in a vinaigrette, you can adjust the amount of red wine vinegar you use. Start with ½ tbsp, then add the extra ½ tbsp if you think you’d like the extra acidity.


t’s that time of year when Alaskans (and wildlife too), are spending hours upon hours harvesting berries in the hills woods and yards. While I won’t be divulging my sacred nagoon berry picking patch (R. arcticus or .R chamaemorus) I will tout our tamed and cultivated berry friend the Raspberry. While a great source of Vitamin K, Magnesium, Vitamin C, Manganese and Dietary Fiber, raspberries also contain Omega 3 and 6 Fatty acids, who knew. As a member of the genus rubus, raspberries are in


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the rose family and are believed to be brought to North America via the Bering Strait, so Alaska has wild strains but most of us have a garden area or fence line dedicated to the Chilliwack, Summit or Boyne variety. The UAF Cooperative Extension service recommends avoiding planting berries and grapes in areas where potatoes, tomatoes, peppers, and eggplants (oxalic veggies) have grown within the past three years, in full sunlight and well-draining soil. I always add a few inches of bladder whack seaweed to my beds for the winter.



Don’t forget to harvest the leaves for teas and tinctures too! When harvesting this year, whether you freeze, jam or can save a few freshies out to add to a great salad dressing. I like pairing my greens with a creamy tart chevre (goat cheese), pecans or nuts preferably candied (sprinkled with a salt/ sugar/spice mix and baked for 15 minutes), sliced red onions, with a cold Alaskan beer. Amber King can be followed on Twitter at akamber or emailed at

Note 2: Extra-virgin olive oil can be a little overpowering to the fruity flavor of the raspberries. So, either use a more neutral oil like walnut, or use extra-virgin olive oil (about 1 – 2 tbsp). Note 3: I quite like the nutty sweet flavor of the pecans in this dressing. It’s not essential, but consider trying it, it adds another dimension that is very pleasant. Note 4: If you are a stickler for not having seeds in the vinaigrette, strain through a fine sieve after blending. If using a high-powered blender (vitamix), it pulverizes the seeds quite well, and there are not too many nibbly seeds noticeable. But, straining is still an option. If adding the toasted pecans, simply strain vinaigrette, return to blender, and then pulse through the pecans.

Featured New Business Meghan Grunow was born and raised in Juneau, Alaska. She is a local artist with a background in event planning, food service, and marketing with ambitions of owning the future Halcyon Café. Halcyon Cafe will be a charity and community-oriented cafe in Juneau, Alaska. The café will be a platform to fundraise for local community and charity projects, as well as assisting Juneau’s non-profits in various ways. She is looking for investors (of any size) to start the cafe which will likely open in early 2013.



just launched a fundraiser for the start-up costs of a business that will then fundraise for Juneau’s community and charity projects. Yes, a fundraiser for a fundraiser.

The business will be called Halcyon Café, and it will raise money by sellContributed by Meghan Grunow ing gourmet grilled cheese, and buildOwner of the future Halcyon Cafe. your-own; deli sandwiches, salads, frozen yogurt, and cheese plates. And, of course, we’ll have tomato soup. The Café will also offer beverages; we’ll offer amazing craft beers, a delicious variety of wines, a wide variety of non-alcoholic beers, espresso and coffee drinks, and Italian cream sodas. We will stay away from processed foods whenever possible, and will be knowledgeable as to where our ingredients

come from. Halcyon Café will be a very conscious business.

And the do-gooder stuff, we’ll always be raising money for a specific charity or community project in Juneau. This will let donors (or, grilled cheese eaters), know exactly where their money is going, as well as educating the public on various issues in our community. Halcyon will also offer free space to non-profits for board meetings and events, connect them with volunteers, and provide information about what they do.

Halcyon Café will also offer classes. Yoga classes will be offered in the evenings at 7, for those who get off of work later than most, as well as half hour classes at lunch time. You’ll be able to order your lunch on the way inand scoop it up on your way out! We’ll have Kid’s classes in the afternoons, which will be everWe’ll be open midchanging. Adults morning, until two will be able to relax, hours before bar enjoy a cup-of-joe, close. Halcyon Cafe and each other’s will offer a place company while where you can meet the little ones has a up with a friend, and blast. comfortably order a decaf latte at 10pm.

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orgeous views from this North Douglas Waterfront home! The home can be utilized as a large 3 bed, 2 bath single family, or a single family with apartment. The upper floor has had significant remodeling including the kitchen with hickory and cherry cabinets, Silestone counters, stainless appliances, and Jenn-Air propane range. The bathroom has stunning tile work, new vanity with Silestone counter, and heated floor. Beautiful solid cherry hardwood floors, new carpet in the bedrooms, custom concrete fireplace, and solid core 6 panel doors. The lower floor apartment which can also be used as the master suite has great views, a private deck, and sauna. Off street parking for up to 5 vehicles! Owner is an Alaska real estate licensee. MLS: 11670. Price: $499,900

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eautiful water and mountain views from this 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath home in a great West Juneau neighborhood! The home has many major updates including a new boiler in 2007, metal roof in 2006, and above ground oil tank in 2005. The upper level has a large living room with fireplace, a separate family room/office and half bath, and spacious master bedroom with 3/4 bath. The lower level has 2 bedrooms, an extra kitchen, family room with a fireplace and 2 additional bathrooms. Plenty of space for everyone! MLS: 11604. $405,000

The bar will be scallop-shaped, so that you will face your friends or other patrons instead of a wall. There will be a long table (think European) echoing the scalloped shape behind it, encouraging patrons to meet one another. There will be booths on the other side, that are actually small comfy living room set-ups. Plants, flowers, magazines, board games, free books, vintage decor, a photo booth, and window seats with super soft pillows can be found throughout the café. If this is a place that you think you might want to exist, please check out, for all of the details (there are a lot more). Click on “Invest-Get Rewards” to see what’s in it for you if you become an investor (of any size). For more information and details reguarding Halcyon Café; please contact Meghan Grunow by email:

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eautiful custom built home in a park like setting. You have complete privacy with this 4 bedroom, 2 bath home on over an acre of land. The home features a large kitchen with custom tile floor, hardwood floors throughout the rest of the home, wood beam ceilings on the lower level, and a cozy wood stove in the living room. The master suite has vaulted ceilings and a private deck overlooking the landscaped patio and water garden. The second upstairs bedroom is huge and has an enormous walk-in closet! MLS: 11834. Price: $469,900


iew home in Douglas! This home is located above Sandy Beach, close to trails and bus service to town! Major updates include a new roof, many new windows, insulation, exterior paint, and new carpet. There is still work to be done so the house is priced to sell! The house sets on a large lot with off street parking and the partially finished basement has potential for future additional living area. MLS: 11589. Price: $229,000

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