After some of our group headed back home, David and I drove through the KenaiMoutains and headed down to Seward. Along the way, we stopped along the Kenai River and took in the sights--Fireweed (Epilobiumangustifolium) along the river.
Sockeye Salmon (Oncorhynchusnerka) desperately trying to make their way upstream to spawn.
The harbor in Seward, Alaska. The town is named after William Seward, the Secretary of State under Abraham Lincoln, who purchased Alaska in 1867.
The sailor on the poop deck.
A glimpse at a Bald Eagle (Haliaeetusleucocephalus), fishing in a small cove in the Bay of Alaska.
The Jefferson Memorial, from the Tidal Basin on a snowy morning (Taken 1 March 2014.)
About this blog:
"Filatore" was originally created as a way to track the adventures of an Italian deployment back in 2006 (Filatore=Spinner in Italian). Since then, it's morphed a few times, and after a period of relative dormancy, will document our urban existence over the next year.