The switchback road up the end of Ballyhoo is a favorite lunchtime ride now that they finally opened the gate for the season. There are some fantastic bunkers and lots of other World War II remnants up there. This was taken a few days ago; down at the base it was sunny but the top of Ballyhoo was swallowed up by a giant cloud. You don't notice the dust and ash until you get home and take off your sunglasses after a long ride and look in the mirror at the coal miner staring back at you!
The planes started flying yesterday afternoon and have been flying pretty steady ever since getting caught up on the passenger, freight and mail back log caused by the eruption of Okmok. Back to normal, at least by Dutch Harbor standards!
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 ...