Salmon Glacier… WOW!

Goodbye Alaska… for now! Salmon Glacier Was The Icing On Our Alaska Adventure Cake! As we are heading back to the lower 48 we get one more magnificent glimpse at Alaska in Hyder. And Salmon Glacier turned out to be one of the most stunning, magnificent sites we’ve ever seen… even if we did see it through tears in our eyes!

As we continue our trek back to the lower 48 from our trip of a lifetime in Alaska we get to explore the beauty all along the Cassiar Highway. We think you’ll agree that we saved the best for last! Glaciers are something we haven’t really seen that much until our trip to Alaska. We’d heard from friends that Salmon Glacier was the most stunning to see from land and all we can say is WOW! Salmon Glacier was an experience we will never, ever, never forget. Top that off with the salmon at Bear Creek and getting to watch a big black bear standing up to eat leaves right in the town of Hyder. Hard to top that experience for sure!


1 Comment

  1. Sharon mercer says:

    I cried right along with you in you salmon glacier video. You see, I list my love of my life two years ago to a heart attack. He was my first love and my last love. We had reunited after 33 years apart and spent the next 17 years traveling the world. We had just started looking at rv’s when I lost him. So I live vicariously through your adventures and I too know that the beauty in this world can definitely bring you to tears. So I applaud you for burning the couch and taking off together with Maggie! Keep on keeping on and thank you for sharing your love, your life and your adventures! Ps I am thinking about a class b van and taking off with my Australian Shepherd, Webbie, because I am so inspired by you two!


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