After six years working in Alaska I finally took a 10 day vacation and traveled up to Seward and Denali for some paddle boarding, kayaking, and backpacking. It was an amazing adventure and I was able to see and explore some of the most incredible places on earth. Now it is time to get back to work but hope everyone enjoys the snaps from the trip!
Flying over the Tongass National Forest in SE Alaska.
Reflecting lake on the drive to Seward from Anchorage.
Not a bad day for a paddle in the ice.
Ice wave – Bear Glacier Lagoon.
Iceberg melting on a hot day.
Katina ready for an adventure kayaking in Kenai Fjords.
Taking in the view!
Sea lion and bird sanctuary off the coast of the Kenai.
Wildflowers in polychrome basin – Denali National Park.
View down on the Toklat River.
Taking a moment to enjoy the view before we worked down a narrow ridge.
Alaskan weather…rain, sun, fog, mist, wind…
I have never been anywhere that rivals the scale of the landscapes in Denali – truly spectacular.
Midnight on the Toklat.
Mt. McKinley gives us a brief glimpse of her base before fading back behind clouds.