Our trip to Alaska, part 3
The fishcamp and fishwheels on
the Copper River near Chitina, Alaska.
This is how the natives have caught fish for generations.
scoops unsuspecting salmon from the opaque,
(a former railroad trestle) along
the 60-mile gravel road to McCarthy
in the Wrangell-St. Elias National Park.
Some people have been known
to bungee-jump off this bridge.
of Kennecott, Alaska and the glaciers
and mountains behind it. We were lucky
enough to spend two nights here, on
the old copper concentrating mill in Kennecott
(tallest wooden structure on the continent).
The Kennecott mill went out of business in 1938
and Kennecott instantly became a ghost town.
near Kennecott, Alaska
To be continued.