Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

About 8:00am, Marilyn started counting eagles out on the shore.  It was about low tide, and she counted 34 eagles fishing.  Of course the sea gulls were fishing, and attacking the carcasses that had washed up.


Here is a shot of where our motorhomes are parked, taken from the beach.  Also, pictures of Dennis out looking eagles.


I got a couple of good shots of an immature eagle.DSC03003DSC03004

They use tractors to launch and recover boats from the beach.  This way they do not have to worry about the status of the tides.


After lunch, Marilyn, I and Pat Livingston took a ride down to Anchor Point to see the westernmost point of the US that can be reached by “Road”.  We also obtained another good picture of an Eagle and viewed Mt. Iliamna (another active volcano) across the Cook Inlet.


On our return to Ninilchik, we stopped at the little Russian village of Nikolaevsk, AK.  It was settled by Russians in the late 1960s, and includes the Church of St. Nicholas.DSC03020DSC03021DSC03023DSC03024

Type at you later.

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