August 21, 2014


bettyl - NZ

Such a wonderful part of the world! Thanks for sharing!


So grand and beautiful. The sign made me laugh, too!




Wow, you got the "Wi-fi" :-) Magnificent scenery with blue sky; I love the first panorama-pic very much♡♡♡
It really made me glad to know your adventurous travel is going well, Sallie. Not many people will be able to have the marvelous experiences (^_^)彡☆

Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan to my Dear friend in America, xoxo Miyako*

Peter B

Really beautiful photos! Thanks for taking us along with you!!


Beautiful, Sallie.Thank you.


Yay for wi-fi so that you can check in! I have marveled and drooled over your photos of your adventures. What a spectacular area to visit. Be safe and keep posting your pics!

Rainfield M Penang

You are certainly overwhelmed by the beautiful places.


Really awesome vies on those photos! I don't blame you for wanting to return...the Yukon is Wild and Wonderful looking!! Enjoy every minute.


Wow, what beautiful scenery.


And I thought you were going home! The photos seem even more stunning than ever. Keep on enjoying the journey....


Sally, aren't you saturated with scenic beauty yet? Glorious country, both USA and Canada that neck of the woods has such a lot for it. Are you planning to stay till the big freeze?


Awesome photography of a gorgeous place:) Greetings

Lady Fi

WHat majestic and lovely scenery. That's a funny sign. Tok in Swedish means crazy...


Great photos and I am enjoying all your descriptions of your trip through all those amazing landscapes.

Hildred Finch

Oh Sallie, at last you are in Haines. I wanted to tell you about a blog I read from there, written by Heather Lende, and thought it best to send you along a copy of her bio as posted.
Thank you so much for reading what I write! (And for wanting to know a little more about me. I'm honored.) My personal essays and columns have been widely distributed- from NPR and Country Living to the Christian Science Monitor and Woman's Day magazine- where I was a contributing editor for a few years. I live in tiny Haines, Alaska where my husband owns a lumberyard and we have a large fun family. I blog regularly and post photos of it all at my website and on facebook. (Haines is a pretty place.) My big story is that as soon as my first book, New York Times bestseller If You Lived Here, I'd Know Your Name was published in 2005, I was run over by a truck, which Take Good Care of the Garden and the Dogs pretty much covers. I'm better now, and so grateful that I laugh when I say, "I feel like I've been hit by a truck." My third book, Find the Good, will be published by Algonquin Spring, 2015.

You just might run into her as I think the village is tiny and she is very active in it.....I enjoyed her books immensely and love her blog.

Welcome to Canada, and B.C.

Photo Cache

what a landscape.

Karen, Pixel Posts

Beautiful scenery on both sides of the border.


Love those stormy skies over the rugged peaks.


Beautiful and peaceful! I look forward to seeing photos of BC (one of my favorite places) when your adventure is done--meanwhile I will continue to enjoy your photos of Alaska:)


The scenery out there is stunning Sallie. The Alaskan Tourist Board owe you a great big thank you for these amazing photos. I want to get on a plane right now .


Beautiful country. Canada almost looks like Alaska.


I always think of Yukon King. The Mounties and their dogs. Beautiful country.


Beautiful scenery.


Wow, Sallie, the views are absolutely stunning.. I am glad the weather is beautiful for your trip! Wishing you continued happy and safe travels..


Spectacular scenery and sky crossing in and out of Alaska.


great pictures!


hooray for connectivity! :)

these views are just amazing. breathtaking.

artmusedog and carol

Wow! Awesome photography of a gorgeous place ~ What an adventure for you ! Have fun ~ visiting from SWF ~

artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)


Beautiful contribution to SWF, great sky!

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