On a Jet Plane
As we flew out from there, I was interested to see what appeared to be bright purple water below. I don’t know if that was the Great Salt Lake and the purple was minerals in the water, or if it was something else entirely.
Our next stop was at SeaTac. In a switch-around of typical weather, it was raining when we left Denver, and sunny in Seattle. And so the “mountain was out.” (Mount Rainier is often hidden by cloud cover.)
I enjoyed the clear view of Puget Sound as we headed north from there.
When we arrived in Anchorage, Judy and I decided we should snap a picture of the stuffed moose in the airport lobby in case it was the only one we would see.
Tomorrow we will be driving to Kenai. I am hopeful the weather will be nice so we can get some good pictures of the scenery.
Beautiful pictures. Thanks for writing. I enjoy traveling along!
So, I am thinking it was a good thing you took a picture of that moose "in case he was the only one you got to see"? I really enjoyed your journal of your Alaska trip! (And I proved below that I am not a robot ~ I picked out BOTH bowls of soup…on the second try! Lol!)