The alpine plants finally agree - it’s summer! 🌱☀️
1 610 minutes ago
Photos can’t even come close to how beautiful Skagway was! We walked two miles to the Jewel Gardens to learn how to blow glass and it was breathtaking 😍😍😍 Such a beautiful and one of the most AMAZING days of the cruise. After glass-blowing we walked another mile into town to shop and eat at the Red Onion (a bar posing as a brothel 😜), ran into some cruise friends, bought some posters and markers to make signs for the #1 muster station leader and dancer on the cruise 🎉🎉🎉 ate ice cream, found some souvenirs, walked back to the ship to take a nap, eat dinner with the fam, catch a show, partied like it was 1970, and danced the night away (literally . . . We were up until 2:30! 😃) A day to remember and one I will never forget #starquest#alaska#skagway#amazing#timeofmylife#cruisingalaska#nightlife#dancedancedance#partyparty#breathtakingscenery#thisismyyear
Haven't really washed the brute that well since the @dirteveryday show. I got under it today and washed knik river silt off the Atlas and such... Also gave the exterior a bubble bath. It is however showing age. Will soon be time for a new paint job. #brute#alaska#jeep
Even as it become Memorial Day weekend it’s still chilly weather mixed with sun bursts. I don’t mind though. There’s something really lovely about crisp air on my face and a nice warm sweater or jacket. Spoken like a true Pacific Northwest and Alaskan gal huh? Hope you all are looking forward to your long weekend! Mine will be spent outdoors with my @c2bryant and it will he adventure filled ❤️🇺🇸 Special recognition goes to 📷 @photobymemry 💅🏻 @rosehipnailstudio 💁🏻♀️Hair @hairbyannie_907@hairplayak
1 2917 minutes ago
Here comes the sun! Taken about 15 minutes before the sun breaches the top of the hill (4:45 am) to bring warmth to this 37° morning. Hopefully I can start wandering out for different views soon. I seem to be regaining some strength in my legs, which is a good thing! #midnightsun#alaska#salcha#river#sunrise#reflections
Driving down the Parks highway awhile back. Definitely one of my favorite road shots right here!
The male Harlequin duck is one of the most striking birds in North America. They use their wild colors and patterns to advertise their fitness to female ducks and are one of the few animals of the Alaskan fjord system that can compete with the floating gems of blue glacier ice.
Walking with Brown Bears in Alaska last year was one of the coolest things I've ever done. I was walking along the trail in Brooks falls when this cub came running around a bend. Initially, I was excited and lifted up my camera to take a photo. By the time I looked through my viewfinder the cubs mother had started sprinting towards me. I started making a lot of noise (people could hear me in the campground a mile away😂) and moved into the trees. The mother bear approached me, realized I wasn't a threat and then calmly walked away. I can't wait to go back to Alaska this year 🐻 ❤️