Alaska, the Last Frontier - Summer 2012 travel blog

Alaska, the Last Frontier - Summer 2012

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Martha travel blog
We were still working folk when we took an RV to Alaska in 1989. It was a wonderful trip and we vowed to come back when we had more time to linger. The spectacular scenery, eccentric residents, and profusion of animal life made Alaska a unique destination. We are fortunate to share this adventure with fellow motor homers Geoff & Ellyn and will try to drive every paved road in the state and see it all. The trip to Dawson Creek and mile 0 of the AlCan Highway will take us 2,000 miles from home. Most likely we will drive close to 12,000 over the next five months. We'll come home when we're finished seeing it all or when the snow starts to fly - which ever happens first.

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•Return to main trip page to see our other travel adventures.

Order: oldest at bottom ( reverse )

 
58 
 
 
whale soup
 
57 
 
 
Northwestern Glacier
 
56 
 
 
the sunny seacoast
 
55 
 
 
360º of mountains
 
54 
 
 
almost perfect
 
53 
 
 
beautiful spot
 
52 
 
 
shopping
 
51 
 
 
culture
 
50 
 
 
in the big city
 
49 
 
 
up, up and away
 
48 
 
 
gentlemen: start fishing!
 
47 
 
 
on vacation
 
46 
 
 
celebrating
 
45 
 
 
Prince William Sound
 
44 
 
 
fish stories
 
43 
 
 
at the end of the pipeline
 
42 
 
 
glacier hike
 
41 
 
 
rafting adventure
 
40 
 
 
at the end of the road
 
39 
 
 
draw a yellow line &...
 
38 
 
 
the Richardson Highway
 
37 
 
 
Solstice Festival
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