Alaska's Ridgewood Wilderness Lodge
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... While at the Pond Josh lands a small King Salmon, small or not it was a keeper. I turned 2 fish but have had a heck of a time getting them in. Chris showed up for a little bit towards the end of the tide coming in and he landed a beauty. That one is ...
... May 23rd and that’s just ridiculous. I want to go to the airport and bask in its glory. Arriving in anchorage in May, I absolutely despise that airport but as the summer drags on, I day dream about walking its corridors and going through security to get on my plane back home. Home home home home home home home home home home home
ps some of the pictures are actually videos so go into the photo viewer so you can watch the clips :)
Carla wanted to ensure we were well entertained as she is the perfect hostess, and we are very grateful for her kindness in acting as our tour guide, and treating us to a day out at Halibut Cove. We drove to Homer, a must visit destination for those with a camper van. It was originally populated because of coal mining ...
We walked through the town and along the beach, where we puzzled over how they manage to get the boats out of the marina.
After the beach walk we drove up the hill to see the well-preserved Russian Orthodox Church with its historic cemetery before getting back on the road to Seward.
... it figures that i would have a ************ what is hopefully my last year coming up to Alaska. cant just have a cake walk summer...nooooooo that would make too much damn sense.
I have had the luck of having 3 grandmothers in my life. I obviously have had the two grandmothers both paternal and maternal and then i have had another from Leah's (stepmother) family. we are always presented with the image of grandparents being wise ...
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