Sarah Palin touts life in Alaska in show's trailer
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) -- Sarah Palin says she prefers life in Alaska to being "in some stuffy old political office."
The comments from the former Alaska governor — and potential 2012 presidential contender — come in a trailer for her upcoming TLC series, "Sarah Palin's Alaska."
The trailer shows images of Palin and her family in the Alaska outdoors, engaging in activities such as trekking on a snowy mountainside, four-wheeling and dog-sledding. It appeared on the website zap2it.com.
Palin says in the trailer: "I'd rather be doing this than in some stuffy old political office. I'd rather be out here, being free."
The series, an eight-week travelogue of sorts, is set to begin airing Nov. 14, after the mid-term elections on which the former 2008 GOP vice presidential candidate has been focused.
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