Opaline Lovebirds: We are peachfaced lovebird breeders of Opaline Peachface Lovebirds. The Opaline Peachfaced Lovebirds are a rare breed that have the Opaline color mutation. Opaline Lovebirds offered
~ Juneau, Alaska ~
"There is one word of advice and caution to be given to those intending to visit Alaska for pleasure.
If you are old, go by all means. But if you are young, wait.
The scenery of Alaska is much grander than anything else of the kind in the world
and it is not well to dull one's capacity for enjoyment by seeing the finest first."
- National Geographic Society President Henry Garnett (A member of the 1899 Harriman Expedition to Alaska).
Walking along the shore on Eagle Beach. The Chilkat Mountain Range is in the background.
Sea Lions on the beach
Porcupine near Mendenhall Glacier
This halibut was caught in Ketchikan, Alaska, at Salmon Falls Resort.
Mom & Dad (pictured immediately to the right of this big halibut Dad caught) owned and operated Salmon Falls Resort for over 16 years, adding to it each year and making it the finest fishing resort in the State of Alaska.
Bottom dwellers, the underside of these fish is white while the topside is brown, to blend in with the sea bottom. The eyes on these fish are both located very close to each other on the topside of the fish.
As some locals might say, "that's a lot of 'Butt'!" Halibut is often the fish used when making 'Fish & Chips', a popular dish of deep fried fish with a side of fries.
Alaska Garden with Rhubarb & Strawberries
ParaSailing over Sandy Beach, July 4th
Frisbee Competition, July 4th
Dog Agility Competition, July 4th
Miniature Australian Shepherds
Jacob's Ladder & Bee
Life-size, Beer Bottle Glass Eagle Sculpture on display at the Juneau International Airport
English Flowers (Campanula rapunculoides) that have made their way into some Alaskan Gardens
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