This is much deeper than it looks, I had to blow up the pic and crop it to see the ‘rafters’. The water was the color as you see it, an ugly milky color. I was told that is what it looks like coming from the mountain snows and glacier.
WE saw many Caribou, we stopped to get this one in picture.
This is where we took a little walk to see the salmon fisherman along the river. Walking back is where we encountered the MOSQUITOES. Kat somehow attacked them and she actually looked like she was in a cloud. we were all running and trying to brush then away from her she had her coat pulled up over her head and face. I have never seen so many mosquitoes.
To see Mt. McKinley, I had to buy this post card. Every time we were close enough to see it, it was covered in clouds. I learned on the Denali tour that you seldom get to see it .
The above picture was taken one night at midnight, Sherry and I went out from camp to locate a lake that was supposed to be close by. It was after midnight before we found it.
We all know the North Pole is not in Alaska, but there is a town named North Pole. You can buy your grand kids a square inch of the North pole. You get a deed and the works. So everyone in the family owns a square inch of the North Pole.
Thanks for coming along. I think tomorrow will be Fairbanks then home.
You probably did not know it but our Stella is on the $1000 bill! She wasn’t around to get the SQ.Inch of the N. Pole.
Another Alaskan Amphibian.