Dave, Kelly, Wendy and I are fortunate to have friends working at Toklat for the Park Service. So we drove out to visit them. A mini-McMurdo reunion of sorts, as many of us have worked a season or more in Antarctica. A great trip and lots of fun catching up with old friends and meeting new ones.
The sun and shadows on Mt Fellows.
Dave & Kelly admiring the views.
Igloo mountain and Igloo creek, a favorite of mine.
If you look very carefully you may see a speck of white, a Dall sheep.
Sable Pass, a popular area for grizzly bears.
Amazing views at every turn. This is looking back east from Sable Pass.
The road over Polychrome pass.
Colorful rock formations gave this pass its name.
Sometimes called Poison pass, as one drop will kill you.
Scary, 'cause it's a long way down.
But beautiful, just the same.
Kelly, Dave, Monica and Wendy at Toklat.
Dave, Monica and Wendy
checking out the bus schedule.
The Toklat river.
Stacey and Bobby checking out the truck.
Dave, Kelly, Marty, Wendy and Anna in the kitchen.
Dave, Kelly, Monica, Marty, Wendy, Georg and Anna.
Georg and Anna are from Austria and awesome folks.
The rest of us are Antarctica alumni.
Monica and Wendy at Stony Hill.
Luxury accommodations at Toklat.
By that I mean real beds and running water.
The hill to the west of Toklat.
Fireweed along the Park road.
Lunch at Igloo.
The trail to Igloo mountain.
The Sanctuary River.