Uploading and organizing my hundreds of photos from vacation is a work in progress, but here is a glimpse, in no particular order, of my recent travels throughout The Last Frontier.
Me petting a kennel racing dog at the Chena Village, Fairbanks, AK.
Mom with Granite, former Iditarod winning dog, Fairbanks, AK.
My parents and I visited the Shrine of St. Therese, Juneau, AK.
The fireweed was blooming in full force everywhere we traveled, Juneau, AK.
We spent a misty afternoon at Mendenhall Glacier, Juneau, AK.
True to Southeast’s reputation, moisture was evident everywhere, in raindrops and icebergs alike, Mendenhall Lake, Juneau, AK.
We saw ourselves a big ol’ Grizzly Bear munching on berries, Denali National Park, AK.
Along with some caribou grazing along the hillsides, Denali National Park, AK.
I took the opportunity at a rest stop to be a ridiculous tourist, Denali National Park, AK.
Most importantly, we even got to see that BIG mountain on the road to Kantishna! Denali National Park, AK.
I was pretty impressed we had such an incredible morning of clear views, Denali National Park, AK.
Man, that mountain is MAJESTIC, Denali National Park, AK.
In case there was any confusion about seeing the mountain, I got a picture with the sign too, Denali National Park, AK.
We hopped on the Alaska Railroad for a scenic ride from Fairbanks to Denali and Denali to Anchorage, AK.
Byron Glacier in Portage Valley, AK where we spotted several more glaciers.
And we even managed to enjoy a semi-sunny boat ride around Resurrection Bay that bordered Kenai Fjords National Park near Seward, AK.
Well I think that’s a healthy dose of my recent Alaska roamings. There are always more pictures on Flickr that I’m slowly attempting to organize. This coming Wednesday, I’ll hop on the ferry heading south with many memories of this great state.