I just flew in from Sitka, Alaska and arrived home Thursday evening. I spent more than a week 75 miles SE of Sitka at a remote location called Little Port Walter, which is accessible only by boat or float plane. We flew in and out of LPW by float plane.
While there, I spent several days deep sea fishing, hiking into the subalpine areas behind and above LPW, sightseeing by boat the neighboring coastline, inlets, coves and fjords, filming the flora and fauna along with the pristine and majestic scenery, reading and writing, and catch and eating fish and more fish! Had an encounter with a grizzly bear (up close), while in the back country, swam in the ocean and a mountain lake, toured two fish hatcheries, helped to do scientific research of salmon, read my Bible and prayed, was given my Shavuot sermon/teaching (fresh manna from heaven), and conducted interviews of people who live and work in Alaska for my several upcoming videos on this once-in-a-lifetime trip.
Here are a few of my photos:
Hope you enjoyed these.
There are still places on the earth that man hasn’t ruined and where the voice of Yehovah’s is louder than that of the world and the devil!