Denali Farewell


A solo kayaker, bathed in the rising golden mists of a sunrise, bid us adieu as we left Denali National Park this morning. Lord willing, we’ll return again someday to this spectacular corner of creation.

The heavens proclaim the glory of God. The skies display His craftsmanship“. – Psalm 19:1
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Keep Looking Up . . . His best is yet to come!

Denali – 20,310 ft.

Denali Eye Candy


Clouds are dominating the skies, concealing North America’s highest mountain, majestic 20,320 ft. Denali. However, they can’t obscure Denali National Park’s epic display of fall splendor.

Here’s a few glimpses of what was ours to behold. Wish y’all could be here to take it all in for yourselves.

Love to Live, Live to Love” – Amy Carmichael    
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Keep Looking Up . . . His best is yet to come!

Parks Hwy. Cantwell, Alaska
Denali National Park
Fall Splendor
Vast and Wild
Calm Waters
Fall Reflections

Prince William Sound Scenes


Alaska has God’s fingerprints all over it. Here’s a few of His imprints from Prince William Sound.

Sea Otter
Flying Free
Island Outcrop
Mirror Image
Alaskan Prawns
Surfing Shrimp 😊

“Love to Live. Live to Love”. – Amy Charmichael

Soul Therapy Recipe


Soul Therapy Recipe
 

Ingredients and Directions

1. One friend with a boat.

2. Launch in Prince William Sound on calm seas.

Prince William Sound, Alaska

3. Stir in a vast wilderness of towering mountains and massive glaciers.

Chugach Mountain Range
Glacial Majesty
Sea Otter

4. Warm softly all day with sunshine.

5. Harvest a bounty of shrimp and fish from cool, blue waters shared by sea otters.

Alaskan Prawns
Ling Cod

6. Decorate with an ocean sunset’s splendor.

Sunset Splendor

7. Garnish with a billion stars blazing the heavens.

8. Rock softly to sleep on gentle waves.

                    “It is well with my soul”

                    I M Blessed. May U B 2                               
                                            
Keep Looking Up . . . His best is yet to come!