Kodiak Alaska

We visited Kodiak Alaska–the second largest island in the U.S.–along with its spectacular coastline and forests; its nature refuge, Kodiak bears, and its huge fleet of fishing boats. By the way, Kodiak bears can grow up to 10 feet tall and weigh 1,400 pounds. Fortunately we didn’t bump into any of these bears while hiking in the forest. Anyway, here are some photos from Kodiak.

We are now sailing away from Kodiak and on to Seward where we will arrive tommorrow.

Joe

Forest in Kodiak Alaska Refuge
Forest in Kodiak Alaska Refuge
Gurgling Brook in State Park, Kodiak Alaska
Gurgling Brook in State Park, Kodiak Alaska
Brook in the Forest
Brook in the Forest
Driftwood
Driftwood
Lake Gertrude
Lake Gertrude
Pacific Coast of Alaska
Pacific Coast of Alaska
Kodiak Hills
Kodiak Hills
Leaving Kodiak
Leaving Kodiak
Alaskan Coast
Alaskan Coast
Alaskan Coast LIne
Alaskan Coast LIne
Forest in Kodiak Alaska Refuge
Forest in Kodiak Alaska Refuge

4 thoughts on “Kodiak Alaska

  1. These pictures are breathtaking! Can’t even begin to imagine how those views were in person.

    Also glad to hear you did not meet up with any Kodiak bears.

  2. Welcome “home”!! The pictures are spectacular – all of them…
    We will certainly miss our morning reads after you return to NJ. Can’t wait to hear first hand all about your ventures. Especially since you were at my birthplace and also where my father was during the Korean War.

    Safe travels home!! Much love!!

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