I can’t believe we’ve been in Alaska for three months already! (only four more months until our next adventure…) In April we still had a lot of snow on the ground. May was a bit chilly but dry and sunny. And June has been gloomy and rainy. But it looks like summer is finally here! Today was downright hot and wildflowers are everywhere. Just waiting for the fireweed to bloom.
Glacier Creek and a couple of Girdwood’s seven glaciers in the background.Strawberries growing at the side of the road Mike is working out of Dutch Harbor for a couple of weeks. We spent some time there when we were working for NOAA. “There is a woman behind every tree in Dutch” 🙂 Russian influence can be seen everywhere in the AleutiansImmature bald eagle in DutchThe bald eagles are nearly as prolific as the sea gulls in DutchFrsesh Alaska salmon for lunch
Click here for Photos from our time in Alaska while working for NOAA from 2004 to 2006