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sun and rain and books

Yesterday was a rare sunny day. In August so far we’ve had two of those. Every other day we’ve been inundated with rain. And it’s been pretty chilly (on the sunny days we got up to 60*F), by my August standards, at least. 283 more words

Everyday

Video: Fly Fishing for Wild Steelhead in Alaska

A great video from Minturn Anglers of fly fishing for wild steelhead in Alaska.

The Kenai Peninsula offers anglers opportunities to beat the crowds of the Lower 48 and access healthy runs of wild steelhead. 90 more words

Freshwater

Fly Fishing Remote Alaska for Kenai Peninsula Fall Steelhead

Fall steelheading in Alaska. That’s not something you hear too much about and thus the reason opportunities to take on Alaskan steelhead are something special. 399 more words

Freshwater

Mixing Work and Play

I’m on a work trip in Alaska at a camp for military kids that starts in a few days, but I came north a little early just for fun. 313 more words

General

Wildlife of Kenai Peninsula

Amid the craggy mountains and massive icefields of Alaska rests the Kenai Peninsula extending approximately 150 miles (240 km) into the Gulf of Alaska.

Surrounded by frigid waters teeming with sea life and the towering masses of the Kenai Mountains, the Peninsula is host to a plethora of wildlife. 361 more words

Travel

Kenai Peninsula Day 1 & 2: Homer

Homer is about 45 minutes south from Anchorage by plane.

I arrived at Homer around 7 am on Saturday. In a few hours, I would meet my Backroads travel peers and we would begin our week-long exploration in Kenai Peninsula. 836 more words

Photography