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Chicken Alaska to Dawson City

We have been going back through our old blog site that was taken down several years ago and we found that some of the posts might be interesting for people to see. We traveled to Alaska in 2010 and hope to do it again in the future. Here is the first post from that old […]

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Seldovia, Alaska by Ferry

Trip to Seldovia, Alaska on ferry, past Gull Island. While we were in Homer we took a Seldovia Cruise to the quaint town of Seldovia. Seldovia is a city in Kenai Peninsula, Alaska. Its population was 255 at the 2010 census. It is located along Kachemak Bay southwest of Homer, and since there is no […]

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Homer Alaska

Visiting Homer, Alaska, Bear Creek Winery, deep sea fishing with Ninilchik Charters then heading for Soldotna and fishing for red salmon on the Kenai River. This part of our trip through Alaska was focused primarily on fishing. We have always wanted to take a deep-sea fishing charter so a trip into the Cook Inlet for […]

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Harding Icefield Hike

The Harding Icefield Hike … from rain forest to alpine meadow to ice field is an amazing hike, but it is not for the faint of heart! The Harding Icefield is an expansive icefield located in the Kenai Mountains of the Kenai Peninsula in Alaska. It is also partially located in Kenai Fjords National Park. […]

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Columbia and Meares Glacier Cruise

Our Columbia and Meares Glacier Cruise started out in the rypical mist of Alaska, but we definitely picked a great day to book our boat cruise to see these magnificent glaciers. We left Valdez Harbor about 10 am and headed through the Valdez Narrows out into Prince Williams Sound for 9 hours of spectacular scenery, […]

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Richardson Highway to Valdez, AK

We spent the night in Tok, refueled, got groceries and then headed down the Richardson Highway toward Valdez. These are some of the pictures we took along the way. We pulled into the great little Sourdough campground for the summer solstice. The sun only set for about 2 hours and it remained light enough to […]

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