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Updated: 10/17/2013 08:00:02AM

A summer adventure

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Mike Eisenhart paddles his kayak near a frozen waterfall near the end of a glacier.

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The fishing was great in Alaska, according to Mike Eisenhart. He landed this lunker from the shallow river pictured behind him.

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Mike Esienhart left the comfort of his Lake Placid home for a summer adventure as a kayak guide in Alaska.

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Days and days of rain and summer afternoon temeratures of about 55 convinced Mike Eisenhart that one summer adventure in Alaska might be enough.

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The results of a morning fishing trip for Mike Eisenhart's tour group are enough to make many Florida anglers a little jealous.

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Beautiful vistas and bright blue skies provided memories that Mike Eisenhart say will last a lifetime.

By NORMA RIZER

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What would it be like to suddenly uproot your life and move to Alaska? That’s a question Mike Eisenhart will be happy to answer if you ask him. Eisenhart has returned from a temporary summer stay in Alaska and has plenty to tell.

Seward, Alaska was his home in the summer months and he discovered it’s a great deal different than his home in Lake Placid, Florida. Eisenhart applied and was hired to be a kayak guide for Miller’s Landing, a guide and tourism service that offers adventure and scenic tours, camping and water sport tours.

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