|On a drive home from Anchorage, we saw this double rainbow...|
|...and this sneak peak of Mt. Drum.|
The biggest thing that happened in July was that Flat Stanley came to visit us to learn about Alaska!
|Mt. Drum & fireweed|
|The Copper River with the Wrangell Mountains in the background|
We live very near the largest National Park, so we went to the visitor center...
|Flat Stanley learned all about fishwheels.|
|He liked this cache that was near the fishwheel too.|
|Inside the Visitor's Center is this relief map of the park. Stan is pointing out Glennallen, our nearerst town.|
As you can see, we are very close to the mountains!
|He also learned about our volcanoes!|
|Mt. Drum, as taken from Wrangell St. Elias National Park|
|We were going to go on a nature walk, but I was wearing the wrong shoes...|
|Plus, Flat Stanley was hungry! At least there was a sign warning not to eat the berries!|
|This sign was from 2016,, but we felt it would just be safer to head out.|
Thank you Wrangell St. Elias National Park!
|Next stop was the Klutina River. A much better color than the Copper River.|
|Later in the month we stopped at the Matanuska Glacier.|
|Again, Stan learned a little something there...|
|This is the view in the opposite direction from the glacier. Do you see the rainbow?|
There was a day when Flat Stanley stayed home and Jeff & I went to Valdez...
It was the day we photographed the Little Kitty Quilt, the Farm Fun Barn Quilt, and the Big Bear + Little Bear Quilt.
|a view from the Valdez Civic Center|