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Old 3rd June 2017, 06:57   #16
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A truly beautiful travelogue for sure!

Was glued to it from start to end.



That's a scary incident. Hope he is fine though.



Amazing creatures from what I've seen on Nat Geo and Discovery


Beautiful cabin among the woods keeping you close to nature.

The bear in the wild and the magnificent landscapes and the Alaskan mountains reminded me of 'The Revenant'.

Truly amazing photos and well written travelogue. Probably a perfect way to spend 9 days when you need a getaway.

That's a lot of trouble you went through with the flights. Though seems like it was a great trip overall, and something you guys weren't thinking about much during the trip.

Keep travelling. Keep posting.
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Yes, i hope that guy became alright. His bleeding was stopped by the paramedics, but for few seconds he was shouting and making weird noises, which was a bit scary.

The cabin was really nice and cozy. The entire place was run on solar power along with some small windmills.
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Many thanks for sharing - beautiful travelogue . Reminded me of my trip on an Alaskan cruise. It was magical. Can't resist sharing a handful of pics:

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Good photographs and nicely written travelogue. Felt like that I have traveled to those places. Congratulations!
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Many thanks for sharing - beautiful travelogue . Reminded me of my trip on an Alaskan cruise. It was magical. Can't resist sharing a handful of pics:

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You have some great photos, nice to see that you had the cruise on sunny days. While ours was not bad, but a sunny day would have made it awesome
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