We went to this park today overlooking Cooks Inlet.
Of course, there was a statue of Capt. Cook.
Please enjoy the inscription/graffiti.
I still can’t believe I’m here. We arrived last night at 2:00 am and there were a few dusky rays of sunlight in the sky. It’s wild. I can’t wait to see what 10:00 pm looks like.
No wonder their plants are all lush and beautiful. They have 19 hours of sunlight:
>You should see the vegetables!
>I wish I was there too!! Look up to see the mountain goats on the rocky cliffs — it’ll blow your mind!
I thought it was a little unnerving coming out of a bar after midnight and it still being light outside. Have fun!
>So cool! Alaska is a place of mystery to me.
>Wow, looks like you are in a great place! I’m off to 21 hours of sunshine per day in Iceland! Should be a blast. Your pics are beautiful – especially those pretty pansies. Hope your trip was all good!
>The sun not really setting thing was totally weird. I swear I didn’t see nightfall for a whole week.
We were at a grocery store at 10:00 at night and people were there acting like it was 5:00 pm. It was wild. I don’t think anyone sleeps in Alaska during the summer time.
I did see some of the dall sheep or whatever they are called up there on the mountains. They just looked like tiny white dots since they were so far away.