Nifty Things About AlaskaAurora Borealis
Wildlife: Denali Ptarmigan
Seward: Sealife Center, Road trip 2005
Wrangell St Elias
Yukon Quest & Ididarod
Alaska Airlines (or other planes) Over Alaska
The best way to see the big mountains and glaciers in Alaska: In a plane
- Mt Foraker
- Alaska Range - Deborah, Hess, Hayes
- Anchorage - Mt Susitna (The Sleeping Lady)
- Prince William Sound - Harvard, Yale, Meares, Columbia Glaciers
- Juneau - Mendenhall & Herbert Glaciers
- St Elias - Wrangell-St Elias NP, Malaspina Glacier
What's the best way to see Alaska, other than by air? Answer: Road trips!
- Winter 2003 - Anchorage
- August-Septemper 2003 - Valdez, Worthington Glacier
- June 2004 - Gulkana Glacier, Wrangell Mountains, Landmark Gap, McClaren Summit
- May 2005 - Seward
- May 2006 - Gulkana Glacier, Wrangell Mountains, Liberty Falls, Tonsina River Overlook, McClaren Summit
A photographers paradise, when the weather is cooperative!
- Denali in Fall - A stunning view of the mountain, from the Parks Highway in fall colors.
- Denali in Spring - A rare clear day as I drove south along the Parks Highway
- Denali Ptarmigan - Playing my favorite game: Stalk the Ptarmigan!
- Steele Creek Field - A hay field down the street from my cabin provided fall foliage and old farming equipment as backdrops.
- Fairbanks Botanical Garden - A great place to take a new camera to test it's capabilities, as well as learn about depth of field, composition and focusing. Beautiful flowers always inspire!
- Juneau Cruise - Took a wildlife cruise outside of Juneau. Plenty of humpback whales and sea lion sightings.
- Kenai Fjords Cruise - Took a glacier and wildlife cruise out of Seward to Kenai Fjords National Park. 2005
- Resurrection Bay Cruise - Took a glacier and wildlife cruise out of Seward around Resurrection Bay. 2007
- Seward Sea Life Center - Toured the research, rehabilitation, education and aquarium. Birds, Sea lions, and Seals!
- Winter Solstice 2005 - Fairbanks - UAF, where you have to remember to go see the sun, otherwise you won't
- Fairbanks Ice Art Championships - It's what to do in March every year
Life in FairbanksYukon Quest & Ididarod - Because Huskies are so excited and happy to race!
Chena Hot Springs - A locals get away
Fairbanks Ice Art Championships - It's what to do in March every year
Fairbanks Botanical Garden - A great place to take a new camera to test it's capabilities, as well as learn about depth of field, composition and focusing.
Chatanika - Small town lunch stop
Red Green River Regatta - Float the Chena River in contraption. Only Rule: Must use 1 roll of duct tape!
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My waterless cabin - 4 years of living like an Alaskan pioneer.
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