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Careening toward the edge of the Alaska abyss

A little chunk of ice, maybe saving a life

CDN outdoors columnist Kayla Heidenreich's black and red snowboard stands up in the snow in the Tongass National Forest.
CDN outdoors columnist Kayla Heidenreich's snowboard stands up in the snow in the Tongass National Forest. Snowboarding for work and play requires balance. (Photo by Kayla Heidenreich)
By Kayla Heidenreich CDN Contributor
JUNEAU, Alaska — A billowing Alaskan breeze bites my cheek and reminds me I am alive. I force open

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