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    Turnagain Arm break-up. Taken on Easter Sunday.
    Other pic is Cook Inlet.
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    A shot from between Glennallen and Valdez, and a bou grazing near Denali Park.
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    The Susitna River at Talkeetna, and a snowy shot from the upper Kenai Peninsula. If you look closely, you can pick out a skier in the snow field.
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    Rick,

    Big change in scenery from Georgia

    Thanks for sharing the pics.

    Hope you guys had a nice trip.
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    I am glad to see you say your first trip sounds like you enjoyed enough to come back i don't know how long you was here but i will tell you you didnt even touch the beauty that after 38 years i still see new everyt ime i turn around thanks for sharing your trip

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    Nice shots! Come on back for another visit, we got so much more to explore.

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    I think it's almost impossible to take a bad picture in Alaska.

    The scenery in Alaska was awesome and the people are awesome. I've never seen so much courtesy.

    I rented a pick-up in Anchorage and covered 1834 miles in 7 days, and that barely scratched the surface. Met up with COtoAK and her family. Good people. Stopped by AKDoug's store, but he was out making a delivery.

    I'm looking forward to the next trip. Maybe it will be permanent.

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    Nice pics Rickf...I can't wait to get there...I'm sure I'll have thousands of pictures by the time I have to leave.

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