Alaska - Anchorage Scenes
Denali Kenai Fjords Eagle &
Potter Marsh
Scenic Hwy,

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Suzi's Lair:
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lunch anyone?
Polar Bear and
three bears-before-coffee,
Suzi, Melissa, Judy

beautiful flower pots everywhere


Iditarod Headquarters

1964 Anchorage Earthquake with magnitude of 9.2- this was the 2nd largest recorded in history - lasted about four minutes. The Earthquake Park is a memorial that has several displays explaining the magnitude of destruction and how much the lands shifted in the area.

bears everywhere

beary nice!!

gift shop greeter

restaurant greeter

in front of court building

Eisenhower Alaska Statehood Monument


does this look like a tourist center?

claims to be world's largest chocolate fountain (in shop pictured at left)

court building

an inuksuk
An inuksuk is a stone landmark built by humans, used by the native peoples of the Arctic region of North America. These structures are found from Alaska to Greenland. This region, above the Arctic Circle has areas with few natural landmarks.

The inuksuk may have been used for navigation, as a point of reference, a marker for travel routes, fishing places, camps, hunting grounds, places of veneration, or as a food cache.

This is a giant version based on the many found in the Arctic region.

World's largest halibut caught

9'5" and 459 pounds

First bird photo - inside Anchorage airport

a nice walk to the falls

Thunder Bird Falls

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