Let's see, what were the highlights - it was windy, at times extremely windy; after I reached the first summit and started traversing to the other summit it started snowing - sideways; and I ran out of light, lost the trail, and had to bushwack my way down the mountain to the truck. All in all, the perfect Alaskan experience. And the perfect ending - I arrived home soaking wet, tired and frozen, and Goldfish warmed up some soup and made me a sandwich while I took a hot shower. I don't deserve her but I'm keeping her anyways . . .
The top picture is looking towards the second summit from the first. The second picture shows the narrow saddle and trail connecting the two summits. The other three pictures are looking back at Dutch Harbor / Unalaska as the light faded and the snow and wind picked up. For those that have never visited, this view shows pretty much the whole populated area of the island.
Fun time, I've "fed the monkey" and I'm recharged and ready to face more spreadsheets tommorow . . . nite all, good to talk to you today Bro, I love you . . .
Cody's a Brian's European Vacation 2015
So, It's been a LONG time since I posted So this is just the First
Installment of at least a Three Parter over me and my Kid's trip to Europe.
As to why it ...