Living in Alaska for 3 months, I saw good days, bad days, and fabulous days! I took advantage of the fabulous days to go out on wildlife cruises or travel through the mountains. Here are a few pictures that I was lucky enough to capture: On a Kenai Fjord Tour, we were on one side of […]
Enjoy Homer, affectionately known as, “the quaint little drinking village with a fishing problem.”
When I was a child, I loved watching the Olympics, and I was extremely fascinated with rowing. I was mesmerized by the teamwork, synchronization and almost silent gliding of the rowers. I was never the strongest or fastest in any sport, but I always had a high degree of competitiveness. Rowing looked like an elite […]
If there’s one town that embodies all that Alaska has to offer, it’s Seward. Framed by the Kenai Mountains on one side and Resurrection Bay on the other, Seward is a picturesque base camp for all your Alaskan adventures. Whether you arrive by cruise ship, train, or car, Seward is the place to experience Alaska. […]
Funny haha moment Horseback riding in Healy!
You’ll never get a chance to see all of Denali, but the longer you can spend there, the better chance you will see amazing landscapes and wildlife.
An hour and a half form Anchorage, or a two hour drive from Seward is the small coastal town of Whittier on Prince William Sound. The only way to reach Whittier is through a very, very long train tunnel through the mountain. At the top of the hour, cars and trucks can go in, at […]
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