Fire Cloud...
An irregular marking on the exterior of Native American pottery: usually resulting from burning fuel coming in direct contact with the vessel during firing

Friday, 24 July 2015

Views of Alaska

More About Alaska

This view shows the Homer Spit with mountain and glaciers in the background. The view is from our four bedroom apartment on a cliff in Homer.


Mrs. Phred, Danny and Doris took this float plane over Cook's Inlet to land in a lake and watch bears trying to catch salmon.


On the bus for the 14 hour ride though Denali National Park.


Resting place for a Japanese mountain climber who was lost on Denali. His grave is in Talkeetna.


Les and Sue had an oversize companion in the middle seat on the flight from Houston to Anchorage.


Dip netters on the beach in Kenai scooping up their 25 allotted sockeye salmon.


Fishing bear.


Same bear?


Where are they?


This humpback whale jumped about 14 times. There are many theories to explain this behavior, but the whales aren't talking in a language that we can understand. The day trip out of Seward explored some of the fjords and glaciers of Prince William Sound.


I achieve my lifelong ambition of landing a 10 pound sockeye in the Kenai River...now I can hang up my waders for good.


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