Welcome to my Alaskan picture page.

This page may take a little time to load but I hope the pictures are worth the wait.
I've lived in Alaska for 15 years now and am still awed by the beauty of it all.
The Mountains, lakes and how big the sky can seem.
Here are a few sights to share Alaska with you.
Links follow below.

First King Salmon for us in 1998.
Twenty pound chinook caught in the Kasilof River by my wife, Tami.

Sled Dogs In Downtown Anchorage

Dogsled team starting out in a race in downtown Anchorage.

Redoubt Volcano

Redoubt Volcano from across Cook Inlet.

Alpine Meadow on the Kenai Peninsula

Alpine meadow on the Kenai Peninsula.

Cook Inlet from the Kenai Peninsula

Looking west across Cook Inlet from the Kenai Peninsula.

Parks Hwy

Parks Highway near Cantwell.

Homer Spit

Kachemac Bay near Homer.

King Salmon

My oldest son, Timmy,with a 25 pound king salmon he caught.

Anchor River

My middle son, Robby, enjoying a warm sunny day at the Anchor River.

Old road bridge over Anchor River

The old one lane bridge over the Anchor River.

Alaskan Links

Welcome to the University of Alaska Fairbanks
The school of the far north.

An ISP up in Fairbanks. Lots of local info.

Rudy's Alaska Fishing and Snowmobiling Page
Fishing Info.

The Anchorage Daily News
Great for starting fires during the winter.

The Kenai Canoe Trail -- The Other Boundary Waters!
A nice place to get away from it all.

Pier One Theatre
Better than Broadway.

Anchorage Fur Rendezvous
The BIG Alaskan winter carnival.

Iditarod Offical Site - Main Page
Anchorage to Nome.

Family & Friends Links

My oldest daughter's site.

Rob's World
My middle son's site

Tim's World!
My oldest son's site.

John Fielden's Alaskan Home Page
Check out John's site. He's got a lot to say.

Tail Out Guide Service - Fish For Alaska's Finest
Fishing for large salmon is the best.

Do The Guest Book Thing

Or send some electro-mail

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Updated Saturday, August 1, 1998