Monday, August 3, 2009

Ice Caves

So, we pay big bucks and travel to Alaska and look what's in our backyard! We hiked up with our friends the Burdicks and the Deans one week and then the next we went back with our kids. The second time we went up it was about 90 degrees out. Our only relief was at the top near the caves. The glacial air was wonderful. As soon as we stepped away we were in an oven again. The kids were melting.







4 comments:

Paige said...

An ice cave sounds really good right now...we're melting over here.

Kelly said...

Where is this, Washington or Alaska? Looks so much fun! My kids would love it.

~kelly ryan jensen

smw & aaw said...

This is Washington, Verlot Ranger station, near Granite Falls. Way cool, lots of fun, good family hike. They are called the Big Four Ice Caves.

Rachel Williams said...

Let us know next time you head that direction. We live real close, don't hesitate to call and see if we're home.