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

Fall’s Arrival


The snowline and temps have been dropping in synchrony the past week . . . must be fall . . . H😊😊RAY !!

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Keep Looking Up . . . His best is yet to come !

He sends the snow like white wool; He scatters frost upon the ground like ashes“. – Psalm 147:16

Exit Fall


Woke up to ice on the deck and a fresh blanket of termination dust on the mountains . . . Fall’s heading for the exits up here in the Last Frontier wilds of Chickaloon.

Termination Dust – Talkeetna Mountains

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Keep Looking Up . . . His best is yet to come!

Seasons Transition


Fresh snow dusting the mountains, yellow tinged leaves . . . Last Frontier signs of Fall all knocking on Summer’s door.

To everything there is a season, and time to every purpose under heaven“. – Ecclesiastes 3:1