Tracy and Rick moved into their new house in Palmer in August and are really loving it. It sits on an acre with a beautiful view of the mountains which is what they always wanted. This is quite a bit larger than the house in Wasilla (which is sold now also) - for their expanding family. We fell in love with this natural burl wood in our Alaska traveling in 2003 - so I know they love the banister made of this - the loft is awesome. It's a huge dream kitchen. The master bedroom is upstairs, the baby's room downstairs, with room to partition off another bed room on the main floor. They have 2 baths and an "arctic entrance" - which is like a large mud room - no one has basements in Alaska because of the perma frost.
What great views - it has been raining a lot - so how lucky to catch a rainbow and to have clear enough skies to see the spectacular northern lights. That is the Knik river they see. Rick took these last 2 awesome photographs. Great Job!