Sunday, June 8, 2014

Ketchikan and the Misty Fjords

me and DH 

Huge seal sunning himself

Ketchikan, Alaska

In 1978, over 2 million acres within the Tongass National Forest was designated as the Misty Fjords National Monument.  By granting Monument status to this unique wilderness, the ecological, cultural, geological, historical and scientific value of Misty Fjords will be protected for generations to come.


Barb said...

what a great photo of you and hubby
the scenery is incredible!

Nat Palaskas said...

So beautiful. I dream of getting there one day! Enjoy

Randy D. said...

Wow, Kim, those pictures are beautiful. And it's nice to finally see a picture of Henry!!