Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Our final leg

These pictures finish our trip. I hope you have enjoyed them. I know I published a lot of pictures because it was hard for me to decide which ones to show. Hopefully these have give you a good idea of what Alaska, an Alaskan cruise, and British Columbia look like. I only published a few of my pictures but I think you should be able to get the general idea. If there are any pictures that you want to know the exact location they were taken please let me know since I geotagged about 95% of them. I will not be able to look at your blogs for the next several days but will try to catch up when I can.

Lake along the way
Another shot of lake
Another lake....note the highway along left side of lake
A waterfall of course
Small church
Thompson River if I recall correctly.  Note railroad on right of picture
Devil's Gulch or something like that.
Our last picture....It was raining so this was taken out the car window.

5 comments:

Carletta said...

Ahh, is 'our' trip really over? :)
I have really enjoyed your sharing with all of us. If only we could all have gone together - what fun.
I enlarged the one with the railroad. Am I seeing correctly and does the train go through that mountain. We have train tunnels but that looks like it's deep in the mountain.
I'm not sure I want to walk across that red bridge but my oh my how pretty is that!

Tricia said...

That was a very nice series of shots! The lake is quite large & that church is quite small! heheheee

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Thanks for sharing all these beautiful scenes.I feel like 'I have been on vacation now.
Blessings,Ruth

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Oh Shucks... Sorry your trip is over... Just seems like you just got started good.. Great pictures, as usual. You know how much I love waterfalls---but I also love that little church. How beautiful!!!!

Thanks, Neal.
Betsy

George said...

I've enjoyed each and every leg of our trip, and would gladly see more pictures. The scenery is gorgeous, and I really hope we can get up there next year.