The photos taken in Part I above were snapped in mid-March.
Yesterday .. Thursday the 3rd of April .. Patti and I took another drive South down the Turnagain Arm of Cook Inlet.
In going down the below photos .. you will see that there is far less snow-on-the-ground than you see in the below photo from Part I above!
You want 'powerlessness'? Get a web site! NOW I am able to post all the photos in extra-large size. It has been some months since I have been able to do this.
And please don't ask-me-why some of the below photos look 'touched-up' and more like paintings .. and some look more normal. All were uploaded as-taken with my camera. Go Figure!
Lack of power .. that was our dilemma!
Below are the photos that we snapped yesterday .. April 3rd.
As you motor South down Turnagain Arm you come to a touching memorial to Mr. Kerry Brookman .. an Alaska State Employee who was killed on February 1, 2000 when he was engulfed by an avalanche near this location. Patti and I often stop to pay homage to Mr. Brookman.
Rest-In-Peace Kerry Brookman!
As you travel down the Seward Highway .. there are many turnouts along-the-way with very interesting signs such as the one below. AMAZING statistics!
I am a great-one to 'go-back' if we pass an interesting photo opportunity. Below is one-such-example. As Patti and I drove past I exclaimed "Did you see that?"
So back-we-went .. then turned around and captured the below pattern in the mud flats.
Oh the stunning beauty of nature!
Patti and I never .. as in NEVER EVER .. tire of the beauty along the Turnagain Arm of Cook Inlet as we motor South down the Seward Highway.
The two-of-us hope that you have enjoyed the above photos in these two posts.
Smiles from Cap and from Patti ..