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Kenai Fjords


This could be on my bucket list. Or maybe Denali. Anything’s possible!

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The southern coast of Alaska makes it ridiculously easy to take good pictures.  Seward is a wonderful postcard of a town.  I highly recommend eating there and visiting the Alaska SeaLife Center.  This is the view from our restaurant – the flowers are in a box outside the window.

Day 5 (67)While on the coast, we took a couple amazing hikes.  The first was the famous hike to see one of the few accessible glaciers in the area.  Never ask an Alaskan if a hike is easy.  “I’m an old woman, and I have no problem!”  It’s not easy.

Day 6 (48 2)But it’s worth it.  You can see the glacier from the parking lot, but the trail is a series of switchbacks with a constant incline.

Day 6 (110)There are some worthy sights along the way (if you’re not preoccupied blaming your husband for dragging you up the mountain).

Day 6 (48)Day 6 (150)We passed several trail runners (awesome crazies)…

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Author: JoAnna

An open minded, tree-hugging Jesus follower, former counselor, and life-long lover of animals, I'm returning to my creative roots and have published my first book: Trust the Timing, A Memoir of Finding Love Again as well as the short version: From Loneliness to Love.

2 thoughts on “Kenai Fjords

  1. Glad you enjoyed the beauty of Alaska. I have two nephews and one niece who live there. My brother spent over twenty years there and enjoyed the experience. He was always homesick for the states, but the glaciers and scenery are breathtaking. My niece graduates soon & I told her I’d be there, but I can’t leave at this time. Congrats on your wonderful trip to Alaska.

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