A resident of Alaska since 1957, now living on the north edge of the huge Wrangell-St Elias National Park & Preserve, I've traveled all over the state and found the Copper River Basin to be the place I prefer to call home. Magnificent scenery in every direction, four full seasons (although 3 of them can be pretty short), and wonderful people. Still, it is enjoyable traveling to other parts of North America, preferably on a motorcycle, seeing the scenery that the rest of the continent has to offer. We are truly blessed to live in such a nation, with such an abundance of natural riches.Create your own visitor map!
Winter Sunset on Mt Blackburn
Uploaded by: LDWinger
Friday February 8, 2008
Caption: Mt Blackburn - 16,390' (4996m) tall, and 64 miles distant in this photo. The late afternoon sunset casts a peach glow across the broad Copper River valley as the area prepares for another night of -50°F to -60°F temperatures.
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