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Cee's Compose Yourself Photo Challenge: Vertical Lines

Vertical lines surround us and add visual excitement to our lives!

Hand woven decorations
Tzintzuntzan, Michoacán, Mexico

After the fire
Sterling, Alaska

Petrified waterfall
Hierve el Agua, Oaxaca, Mexico… 26 more words


Seward and the (Seemingly) Neverending Exit Glacier

Please note, this post is part of a series. Click here to read it from the beginning.

Continuing our journey around the Kenai Peninsula, we headed to Seward. 404 more words


Hiking the Skyline Trail

“If you’re not going up you’re not hiking. You’re walking.”

The quote couldn’t be more true for the Skyline Trail in Kenai National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska.

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Gwin's Lodge

Dearest Mickey,

Of all the hotels I stayed in during my trip through the Kenai Peninsula, my favorite was Gwin’s Lodge. It’s definitely outwardly deceiving, like a lot of things in Alaska, and to me that adds to the appeal. 64 more words


Alaska 2015: Hello America!

Diane and I headed to Kenai after a couple of wonderful days in Homer.  This area is the heart of salmon fishing country.  At a couple of river crossings, the fishermen were standing shoulder to shoulder in the river in their hip waders.  1,016 more words


Colourful boats of Ninilchik

If you find yourself in Alaska driving south on Sterling Highway towards Homer you should stop by the small village Ninilchik (Нинильчик). This is a community with strong Russian influence that will charm any visitor with its colourful boats randomly beached around the old village. 246 more words


October 2015

The KPB October 2015 elections are over and there is ahead of us the elections of 2016.  There are plenty of considerations ahead; one of them, is the look back on our effort in the October 6 voting. 243 more words

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