Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Alaska Flora and Fauna

Alaska Flora and Fauna
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Not a lot of “fauna” I admit.  The whale have left until spring, it was an easy winter and lots of food available, so the moose and bear are happy wherever they are.  Had to settle…


and this…


This is as good as it gets until next time.  I will find you guys next time.

The Road Trip–Anchorage-Seward-Anchorage.
Getting To and From the Holgate Glacier
The Sister and Her Land
The Flights To and From Alaska

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Visit me on In 2006, I was shopping for a wheelchair. By 2007, I had new knees, better health and by 2008 a kayak. In Aug 2013, I kayaked my 49th state, Alaska, at the Holgate Glacier and in May 2014, I kayaked Hawaii, my 50th state, to celebrate my 70th Birthday and the finale to the wonderful adventure of Kayaking America? Next up... Solo Hiking the Arizona Trail, 820 miles in Spring 2017. In training now for the hike.