Pictures from Alaska . . .

Spring breakup at Portage Glacier, about an hour's drive south of Anchorage. The glacier has been retreating for years, and in this photo only a part of it can be seen snaking down the canyon on the right. Large chunks of ice break from the face and mix with the melting ice water that covers the lake all summer.
Winter frost covering birch trees in our front yard in Anchorage.
Dall sheep munching only a few minutes south of Anchorage.
Hay is baled and ready for storage or sale at a farm in the Matanuska Valley, about an hour's drive north of Anchorage.
One never gets tired looking at the "Great One," Denali. This view is from the south, along the highway.
For many Alaskans, autumn is the time to pick berries, and we have many varieties. Here is a picture of one of our favorites, High Bush cran-berries after our first snow.
The long abandoned mill building in Kennicott, located in the heart of the Wrangle St.Elias National Park and in the ghost town of Kennicott.
Spirit house graves in the Native village of Eklutna outside Anchorage.
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