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New England Photos

A photo essay of life,sights and history in New England. Including some of the lesser known things and some of the down-right obscure. A new photo added every one to two days. Click on the photos to see a larger picture. There are more pictures in the archive.

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Thursday, July 08, 2010

New England Photo Extra - Alaska


My parents started to worry about me since they had not seen any new postings, well I had gone fishing. Here I am with a 30 pound King Salmon (Chinook).


Here are a couple of Sitka Black Tail deer.


This Stellar Jay landed close to me so I grabbed my camera and snapped a photo.


I was out fishing across from the Mendenhall Glacier.


For some reason I like McDonalds ice cream, while waiting for my plane in the Anchorage Airport I saw someone with an ice cream cone. I went over to the McDonalds and saw that they had two sizes, of course I selected the large. I took a photo of it because my wife would not believe the size. I do have to say this is the best looking cone I ever had at McDonalds. Most of them are sad looking at best.

New England Photo Extra - Alaska

4 Comments:

At 11:01 AM, Blogger Helen said...

Great set of pics here with nice variety! Looks like you had a beautiful experience. Now get back to work!

 
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At 3:50 PM, Blogger Butch said...

Now that is what I would call a truely stacked cone. Where's the sprinkles

 
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