One of the university outdoor studies classes was doing research on the glacier near Eklutna Lake about 30 minutes out of Anchorage. One of my friends from the university has four-wheelers and volunteered to drive twelve miles towards the glacier and past the lake to retrieve the packs and ski gear. He needed help and I wanted to go for an adventure. We took off about 6:00 PM and eventually returned about 1:00 AM. It was still light out. Here are some of the photos from that fun trip.
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Serenity Falls. Where’s George Castanza’s father when you need him. We had fun yelling “Serenity Now!!!” I guess you had to be there.