Review by Dick Rolfe, CEO
“Sarah Palin’s Alaska” is chock full of the stunning, majestic landscapes at Denali Park and Mount McKinley, the highest mountain peak in North America. Nature’s beauty can also present dangerous challenges like angry momma bears and 100 ft deep ice crevices that could swallow up a careless climber.
This rugged backdrop offers some insights into how Sarah and Todd Palin acquired the skills to overcome some of their own personal adversities; from the birth of their special needs child, Trig to the cruel jabs leveled at them by political opponents and media pundits.
Kate Gosselin and her 8 children
join the Palin’s for a campout.
Sarah is seen as a typical mother with all the challenges of a parent with children from ages 2 to 18. Her husband and help-mate, Todd is not shy or quiet as he is often portrayed. Calm and secure are more appropriate adjectives that describe him. His calming demeanor helps keep the family on task and on track.
In the next episodes, you’ll see Sara and her family welcome others into their lives, including a campout invitation to Kate Gosselin and her 8 children! Be sure and watch the outdoors fun!
This series will give the public a true-to-life, unvarnished look at Alaska’s former Governor and her family.