On 'Sarah Palin's Alaska' (Sun.,
9PM ET on TLC), Sarah Palin's family
travels to Bristol Bay, Alaska. During the trip, there's a lot of symbolism
going on. The family celebrates daughter Willow's birthday, which takes place
over Fourth of July weekend. In addition, the name "Bristol Bay"
inspired Sarah to call her daughter Bristol. But there's more ...
Eldest son Track has returned from a tour of duty in Iraq. He wants to join the fishing industry, which his dad, Todd Palin, used to work in. Bristol Bay has the largest salmon fishery in the world -- and is home to five generations of Todd's family. (This isa lot of symbolism, right?) Now, it's time to do some fishin'! And how does that go? Not so well, actually ...
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