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Aerial view of peaks in the Juneau Icefield

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Aerial view of peaks in the Juneau Icefield
Taken from a Piper Cub piloted by a Juneau friend. May 1980.


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lcarreauGotta love


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those extensive Alaskan icefields,
Bob. May 1980? Hey, that month
and year seems to ring a bell!!!
I have a few Seward Peninsula pics
that I need to post. Take care!
Posted Dec 22, 2007 11:35 am

Bob BoltonRe: Gotta love

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Yeah, you can see why I wasn't around for all the fun down south. Having just moved to Juneau from Vancouver, WA, I felt like I really missed out on the "fun". But who knows, I might have been one of those curious folks who were too close to the action, so I've never been sorry. -Bob
Posted Dec 22, 2007 12:15 pm

lcarreauYes, too close for comfort!


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Its like throwing the dice! I think
Nature operates on a random basis.
Regards, Bob!
Posted Dec 22, 2007 2:00 pm

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