Charles and I headed to Alaska last Sunday with our Milepost in hand. We had mostly cloudy/rainy days, but it was beautiful and he is a great traveling companion. 2700 miles with 2 moose, 5 bears, marmots, swans, life sized rabbits, goats and one dead squirrel (from the rear view mirror).
Traveling with a quilter and moving to Alaska means there are quilts to use under your sleeping pads.
Twin Falls hike in Canada.
One lane bridge on the highway.
This is a better part of the road on the best weather day of our trip.
The Alaska Highway has tons of names made from stones along the side.
The Sternwheeler that was available to tour in Whitehorse.
A typical sourse of water at campgrounds.
Charles now lives 19 minutes (11 miles) from Exit Glacier in the Kenai Fjords National Park. We hiked 8 miles on an incredibly drizzly day with little visibility.
This waterwheel is on the Seward Highway.
We just about got blown off this rock with the wind.
Our morning coffee routine. I pretty much have the hang of his little cat can alcohol stove.
We hung out in Anchorage on Saturday and this is the start line for the Iditarod.
His new digs…