The guest book page is a starting point for non-Alaskan visitors to contribute. Alaskans are proud of where they live, and we want to make our guests feel at home. Feel free to tell us about your visit.
Where to Begin
Browse the categories and see if there are any that are related to the topic you wish to talk about. If you find a page that you want to edit, feel free to do so.
To create a page of your own, without creating an account, use the sign-in space below to create a link.
Create an Account
If you've never logged in as a user, simply click on the 'create an account' link at the top of the page. Once you've provided a username and password, you become eligible for Alaska citizenship.
Write whatever you want people to know about you. Make links to new pages about whatever you're interested in by enclosing those words in double brackets. Be sure to use the the category:Visitors tag on your user page. On the new subject pages that you make, name the categories for those topics.
All you have to do to complete the process is to write, [[Category:Visitors]], inside of double square brackets. Your name will appear in the list of Visitors. Important note:When categorizing the user pages, use a pipe | symbol(found on the keyboard above the return key) after the word Visitors and include your name in the tag after the pipe symbol. Otherwise, all users are indexed within the U (for User) section. See User:DougN and Alaskans for an example.
Tell About Your Visit
Sign your name, or write about your experience. You can create a link to your new page by enclosing a word in double brackets. The word you bracket will be the name of the new page. When you save the page, you will notice that the special word you bracketed is red. Go ahead and click on that word. That takes you to the page you made. That's where you can write about your Alaskan experience. Be sure to use the VISITORS category tag, and any other category tags that relate to what you have to say.
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Derek Crager - visiting from Indianapolis Indiana. Hello everyone. If you want to find out about Indiana give us a look up.
Alaska looks very nice. Who would have thought it possible to garden in Alasaka?
Hey, Tanner from Florida. Recently visited Alaska, beautiful I must say. GO ACES!
If you're curious to see what topics others have contributed to, you can view the existing categories