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  1. #1
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    welcome back to Alaska

    Arrived home to a warm welcome
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    they even created an isolation camp in case you needed housing
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    so i have plenty of time
    Great time to fly. Airports are empty flights are cheap. Planes clean and deserted, less disease out there than usual.
    $270 Denver to Cordova on a privavte jet.
    DIA
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    boat harbor awaiting chum and boats
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    muir inlet
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    yes
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    Alsek
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    surfs up Yakutat
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    18000' probably nobody there now
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    copper river
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    off your knees Louie

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    Can you drive to AK yet ?

    i don't think Canada has openned the border for non-essential travel
    Lee Lau - xxx-er is the laziest Asian canuck I know

  3. #3
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    I do that flight daily at 23,000ft and sometimes much lower in our Pilatus.......

    Well, we used to do it daily before Covid-19 destroyed the healthcare system.

  4. #4
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    If I would have sold my place in 2019 I could just jet up for a month.
    How’s the shoulder?

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    Lee Lau - xxx-er is the laziest Asian canuck I know

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    nice to see some of those shots from above thanks. do you have one of the other side of Alsek lake?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brannen View Post
    nice to see some of those shots from above thanks. do you have one of the other side of Alsek lake?
    downstream or upstream? I could probably find some lousy photos I attempted of the airstrips. You been down? hoping maybe this year if the border opens.
    off your knees Louie

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    i guess i was trying to figure out if that was the intake into the lake, or the outflow. i thought it was the entrance, but wondered if you had a photo of the other side as well so it would make more sense to me. looked way different when we flew over.
    we went down in september, obviously it was sick.

    obviously no big deal so dont waste anytime digging for photos




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    For that aerial view the inlet is middle left and the outlet is low left.. obviously super low with the ice.. cool to see it froze up. I got to tag along on an alsec trip in '17, I can dig up some pics

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    Looking down at the inlet
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    Floating thru door 1
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    Another shot from up top of the island, looking out at the lake
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    Floating out towards the inlet.. the scale of everything there is to damn massive
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    Definitely a trip of a lifetime sort of a deal

    Edit - Fack I'm posting from my phone and i grabbed the uncropped ones.. ah well. I have a ton more if anyone is interested
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  11. #11
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    super sick trip for sure. would love to do turnback canyon route as well. nice pics

    a goofy ass slideshow if anyone wants to look at some more pics. plane ride out is at the end

    https://youtu.be/Ou4SKFNAcBc

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    ^tits


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    What will be the best time visit Alaska with children ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MeganK View Post
    What will be the best time visit Alaska with children ?
    Each season is unique. Depends on what you want to show your children.
    The pacifists always lose, because the anti-pacifists kill them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MeganK View Post
    What will be the best time visit Alaska with children ?

    After you and they have all been vaccinated against CV.

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    Quote Originally Posted by highangle View Post
    After you show us your tits.
    FIFY

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    I don't think 14 days in isolation is a big deal for most Alaskans. Hell, I remember being stuck in the Pipeline Inn for 13 days waiting for a storm to clear. Sucked, but it seemed normal.

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