Hatchers Pass, Alaska

Happy Friday Everyone!  I am so jetlagged and I know today is going to be a rough day.  Hopefully, I can get a cat nap in somewhere.  Anyways, you might know that I just go back from 5 days in Anchorage.  I lived in Anchorage for 10 years as a child.  We moved up to Alaska when I was 10 and I left shortly before my 20th birthday.  I have been blessed with the opportunity to go up every few years.  This trip brought me to Anchorage to attend my 30th-year class reunion which just seems so wild to me because I don't feel a day over 25 at least mentally my body says otherwise.  It was a great trip.  Since I took a gazillion photos I will post them in a few posts.  Hatchers Pass is located about an hour outside of anchorage just east of  Wasilla.  The views are stunning and we were treated to all the blueberries we could pick as it is blueberry season right now. We choose to visit the old gold mine.  Which was really interesting to see. I had never been there before. The fireweed also put forth a glorious show. Have a great weekend!























Comments

italiafinlandia said…
Nice landscapes.
Enjoy yout trip!
Barbara Rogers said…
Talk about mountain majesties! Loved the 2 women standing in the field of flowers! And then there are the ruins of buildings! Great collection!
DUTA said…
Alaska - sounds exciting to visit the place. So, I suppose you're used to cold climates. Great pictures!
William Kendall said…
Beautiful shots! I would like to see Alaska someday.
Anonymous said…
Attending a reunion sounds great. Always nice to reconnect with people from your past. Alaska landscape is unlike any other. Some day I will tour Alaska. 5 days to pursue your interests in Alaska is a nice retreat. A good way to refresh and start anew. Susan
NCSue said…
There's nothing quite like berries warm and freshly plucked from the bush!
Thanks for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2019/08/faces-of-forrest.html
judee said…
Haven't been to Alaska yet! These are magnificent shots
Su-sieee! Mac said…
The country up there is beautiful. Thanks for sharing your photos. I doubt I'll get up there in this lifetime to visit. :-)
Supurr photos, thanks for sharing :) and thanks for visiting us at BBHQ too <3 xox
Mary K. said…
What amazing scenery. Those hills are truly breathtaking.

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