Anchorage, AK

July 5th, 2019|Alaska|

Anchorage is the gateway to Alaska for most travelers.  An astounding 40% of the population of the state live there.

Packed to the gills

July 4th, 2010|Alaska|

We flew the Pilatus with a river raft, oars, camping gear, 3 coolers of food and 7 people. Fitting everything in the back of the plane required the skills of a Tetris master, along with [...]

Hot Tea and Cold Icebergs

July 4th, 2010|Alaska|

Long underwear. Wool hats. Parkas. Sure doesn't feel like summer, but we're here at the solstice, and daylight goes on forever. If we didn't put on eyeshades, you'd never know it's night. It does make [...]

Icebergs in Alsek Lake, Alaska

June 29th, 2010|Alaska|

Yes, we camped here. Yes, the matches got wet and we had no fire for dinner. Luckily some extra matches were unearthed in time to make truly wonderful blueberry pancakes for breakfast the next morning.The [...]

EPIC Alaska River Trip

June 29th, 2010|Alaska|

Down the Tatshenshini and Alsek Rivers. A private trip, with just seven fearless rafters adrift on the icy waters in two rafts, camping out in the wilderness. From left, our friends David Russell, Larry Anderson, [...]

Denali National Park, Alaska

May 31st, 2006|Alaska|

Through this gorge, the glacier drops nearly 2,000 feet over ten miles and is raked with crevasses. Add in the solid granite cliffs that tower 5,000 feet above the glacier's surface, and you create an [...]

Denali National Park, Alaska

May 31st, 2006|Alaska|

Flightseeing over Mt. McKinley (or Denali, as the locals call it...apparently McKinley never set foot in Alaska). At 20,306 feet, this is the tallest mountain in the USA. We even saw some tiny tiny climbers [...]

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