Most people think of Alaska as being cold in winter, but the truth is that portions of it are a lot warmer than where I grew up in the midwest.The interior areas of Alaska are where the bitter cold crackles.
But on the Kenai Peninsula in Homer, Alaska, the snow can hardly last without melting, even in February.
We had a glorious day, perhaps 35°F, sunny and windless. If I had the time and funds, I’d head up there right now!
We didn’t just fish either! The local wildlife cooperated with us for some unexpected photography opportunities.
I love fresh fish, too bad the world’s oceans are being polluted with mercury from coal-burning power plants in places like China. But maybe it doesn’t matter too much, as the rape of entire fish populations continues unabated.