McKinley For The Afternoon: April 16, 2005

  • Fine Dining At The Latitude 62
    Ever the adventure-seekers they are, my parents wanted to take an afternoon off of seeing Ari to go see a little bit of Alaska. My wonderfully generous friend Chris Hodel agreed to take us up for a little flight. We flew about 45 minutes in his 206 up to the Mt. McKinley area, spent 30 minutes flying around, then stopped in Talkeetna for a walk and dinner at the Latitude 62 Restaurant. The flight back to town was only about 35 minutes. We flew a few hundred feet above the river for the first half of it, then climbed into the proper airspace before entering the pattern to land at Merrill Field.

Eddie & Jen's Wedding Weekend, San Francisco

  • Father & Bride Approaching The Hupa
    Eddie & Jen's Wedding Weekend was special in many ways: seeing a dear friend formalize the best decision of his life, bringing Ari to the town where Yael and I met, and most of all, catching up with dear friends.

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Incredible shots! What an incredible life you must be living in Alaska.

Wooooow! The view is a-m-a-z-i-n-g!!!

Really very nice photoes. Right Kichatnas are one of the most beautiful places in Alaska.

Pictures look alsmost impossible!

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Common Cents

By doing we learn.

The view is amazing!

I've been told that, if you spend three years or more in The Yukon, you are hooked for life. You'll never want to live anywhere else.
I'm inclined to believe it, after reading your blog. Thanks for providing an armchair adventure for this old guy!

The beauty and isolation are incredible.

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Right Kichatnas are one of the most beautiful places in Alaska.

Those are world class photos. I lived in Alaska for four years, then left for Manhattan. Your pictures remind me what a mistake I made! I can't wait to get back.

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It's amazing and gorgeous! What's its altitude?

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