Monthly Archives: September 2015

Homer and the Kenai Peninsula

The Kenai Peninsula is Alaska’s playground.  Located south of Anchorage it is easily accessible to locals and visitors.  We found it to be the busiest area of Alaska.  We visited with our grandson, Graham, from July 15 to July 23. … Continue reading

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Summit Lake and Liard Hot Springs

The Alaska Highway took us through a good part of northeast British Columbia.  Starting at Dawson Creek the landscape was prairie like but soon we entered an area known as the Northern Rocky Mountains.  Fort Nelson has a wonderful visitor … Continue reading

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Denali is one word that conjures many thoughts and images.  Denali is one goal of any visit to Alaska.  In spite of our setbacks, we made it to Denali.  We think we will have to return again.  The plan had … Continue reading

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Skagway and the White Pass & Yukon Route

We first visited Skagway Alaska while on a Royal Caribbean Inside Passage cruise in 1998.  The entire town is a National Park Historic Site, the Klondike Gold Rush.  The day we arrived was exactly the 100th anniversary of the death … Continue reading

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