The sun was setting about 11:30 pm - to rise just a few hours later - it never really did get dark!
Tom's Sea Agate at Cook's Inlet Park Beach (?)
Clam Gulch Beach
we like the Moose (especially the babies-look just to the right of the
the Way to Homer
Joan, hate to tell you but your friend smells, well, fishy.
Out from Seward
Rowan & Kit
& Harbor Seals & Sea Lions & Puffins & Cormorants &
Black Backed Kittiwakes & Black Bears & Mountain Goats & a
(on the way back from Seward) is the only one with a road almost up to
it. (the road used to be closer to the glacier before it receeded - now
it's a little walk) The blue of the ice is increadible!
At the confluence of the Kenai and Moose Rivers
The Kenai Canyon! (Note, no pictures were taken in the splashy part, sorry) (They also didn't let me take pictures of the helicopter that was filming for a PBS story about the refuge)
Walker, playing guide - don't hit rock!
in the sun on Skilak lake, waiting for a friend to "rescue" us and bring
us to the boat ramp.
Thanks to Rowan & Walker for letting us visit- we love their backyard!