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What I see everyday

Rich Kontny_3
Rich Kontny_3 Member Posts: 562
Relief valves in action. Nice photo. Is this east of Anchorage? I was in Alaska in 1978. I am sure it has changed a lot since then.

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  • Darrell_4
    Darrell_4 Member Posts: 79
    Windshield Time!

    This is what I see through my windshield as I go about keeping people wet and warm. That's a view of Mt. Redoubt looking down Marydale Street in Soldotna. The volcano is exactly fifty miles due west.
  • nicholas bonham-carter
    nicholas bonham-carter Member Posts: 8,576
    spectacular view

    wow!!

    and we nebraskans only have to worry about tornadoes!! small fry to a volcano.--nbc
  • Jamie Hall
    Jamie Hall Member Posts: 22,901
    and I thought...

    I had a pretty decent view! Wow!
    Br. Jamie, osb
    Building superintendent/caretaker, 7200 sq. ft. historic house museum with dependencies in New England
  • Darrell_4
    Darrell_4 Member Posts: 79


    Anchorage is 60 air miles to my right. About 70-75 miles NE of Mt. Redoubt.
  • Rocky
    Rocky Member Posts: 121
    Was in Nikiski last summer

    on one of those rare, sunny, warm, cloudless evenings. Was walking along Nikiski beach with my lovley bride, and saw Redoubt and the rest of the mountains across Cook Inlet. Absolutely beautiful. I never get tired of Alaska's scenery.
    Rocky
  • Darrell_4
    Darrell_4 Member Posts: 79


    Wow! Which of the seven sunny days last summer was it? I really hope this summer is nicer....I got moldy last year.
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