mountains flowers (640x424)I have been absent from the blog for awhile – too busy with work, family and chores at home. This summer my husband and I spent almost three weeks traveling around Alaska in a RV. We had visited 25 years ago when we did a stop-over on our way to South Korea. It was as beautiful as I remembered. If you like mountains, nature and wildlife, it is a wonderful place to visit.

Here are a few random photos. I will try and do some more organized posts of the trip in later days. Thanks!

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RV (640x424)Our home as we toured Alaska. Great visit!

7 Comments Add yours

  1. Alaska is such a beautiful state! It was one of the first places I have traveled to in my life. Such a privilege!


    1. Mary says:

      I agree. Love the scenery and wildlife – a beautiful area.

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  2. Moritz says:

    Such beautiful pictures… Alaska is just totally lovely 🙂


    1. Mary says:

      Thanks a lot – love Alaska!

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  3. bobh47955 says:

    I stopped off at Anchorage Airport while passing through to another destination. I have seen photographs of Alaska and very much want to travel there myself one day. Wish I had a camper to do it in as it sure would make for a nicer trip. Nice photographs mary.


    1. Mary says:

      Thanks a lot – a beautiful place. And a camper is a great way to see the state. We just took off driving and never had difficulty finding a campground – either private, Bureau of Land Management or state park. There are lots of places to park a camper overnight which makes for a very flexible schedule.


  4. Seasonsgirl says:

    Looks like you guys had a wonderful time. I am glad you got to go to this beautiful state.

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