Alaska's Winter Park Cabins
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... less than ten. We are pros :) What we did discover, however, was if we needed to run down to the Caswell store or somewhere else, we would have to remove the air mattress and tent, then re-situate it once we returned. After this first camping trip, we actually started taking 2 vehicles as we would often run the few miles down to the store. I remember one time, Josh had woken up early for some reason, but I was cozy and not ready to get up at 0600. He said he was going to run down to ...
This is what Art came to Alaska for ...... The weather was perfect, the salmon were running ........ What more could we want? How about a spectacular view of Mt. McKinley on our way back to go fishing again???? We were not expecting it and suddenly, there was the" big one". Our campsite right on the very edge of Rolly Lake and eating fish every night just added to making it a perfect week. Good as it was, we finally decided we had to move on down the ...
... I followed the small channel across the dirt road to Honeybee Lake, where Josh was fishing. He was indeed catching some small trout, too small to keep, but was having trouble with the reeds and lilies. I joined him in what little shoreline I could find, and was also catching and releasing small trout. By the end of the day, we had caught and released many small trouts, but didn't ever catch one worth keeping.
The following week off, I went up to Sheep Creek to ...
Adam and I took the pups camping and fishing for the Labor Day weekend. We pitched a tent a long the Susitna River just north of Montana, Alaska and enjoyed the beautiful weather. We did attempt some fishing, but were unlucky. Still a great weekend anyway!! :)
... are a prime example of "any event is in the eye of the beholder". The two videos were taken less than 20 feet apart however the 2 videos are have a dramatically different feel.
This video was taken by Mikel Whedbee with a GoPro Hero. It has a very wide angle view but still did not get the high breaking shells. The 20 munute video was edited down to 4:56 minutes.