Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula has been home for more than 40 years. My husband, David, and I live on 10 acres of forest near the town of Soldotna. We are more or less retired, meaning we are retired from gainful employment but not from life!
Our son lives in Australia and our daughter in Colorado.
Photography, fiber arts, reading, and hiking/walking are some of my interests, and David shares my love of gardening, camping, cooking, and traveling, plus he is our tech expert.
Did you catch any? 😀
Not yet…I have to admit, we have a friend who every year has a friendly salmon catching competition with his neighbor. Having way more than he and his wife can use (I think he usually wins) he gives away the spoils of his efforts. We are gladly on the receiving end!
Great walkway/steps for which way. Looks pretty. I wouldn’t be fishing but I like the view.
Neither would I (see above). At the bottom of this stairs is a raised walkway for fishermen/women, built to preserve the river banks.
Beautiful! I am getting so excited for our trip to Alaska this summer. See you soon!
There will be salmon left for you to catch, right at the bottom of this very stairway!
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Amazing and I would love to walk along that walk way-so peaceful and pretty.
Thanks. And there is another boardwalk at the bottom by the river where you can watch people fish – or fish yourself!
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