Larry & Cheryl's 2019 Travels travel blog

Seward to Wasilla around Turnagain Arm

Part of the very large Kenai Lake

Magestic Kenai Mountains

Another part of Kenai Lake

Pink fireweed is going to seed now, showing white see fluff

The Kenai Peninsula is so mountainous

Northern Kenai Peninslula

Glacial mountains of the Kenai

We FINALLY got to see some Trumpeter Swans

Near Girdwood looking west along Turnagain Arm

Alaska Range (west of Anchorage) hidden by smoke

Waterfowl Viewing area near Anchorage

Our last time here.

We went back to Palmer Elks traveling 3 hours over 168 miles. This will just be a one-nighter, we are now in "Going Home Mode".

We noticed now as we travel that the fireweed is beginning to go to seed (white fluff is showing) which means winter is approaching. Time to leave before it gets cold.

Of the several times we have passed by Kenai Lake we finally saw some swans. Not close enough for a good photo, but at least we got to see them.

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