1999 7 31 1:44:42 AM MVC-FD91

Digital Mavica images

12 mavica images


MVC-001X.JPG 1999 7 30 5:51:56 PM *
Cook inlet, just South of Anchorage.


MVC-002X.JPG 1999 7 30 6:25:36 PM *
Another shot of Cook inlet, with the tide going out. The tides around here drop about 20 feet in two hours. Between that and the river current, its about strong enough to rip off your arm if you tried to hold on.


MVC-003X.JPG 1999 7 30 6:26:00 PM *
The upstream shot from the same place.


MVC-005X.JPG 1999 7 30 6:38:36 PM ***
A small glacier a bit down the road.


MVC-006X.JPG 1999 7 30 6:55:32 PM **
Another glacier. This is the Portage glacier.


MVC-008X.JPG 1999 7 30 7:10:30 PM ***

MVC-009X.JPG 1999 7 30 7:11:14 PM ***
Some handy information found at the Tidewater restrant in Portage, or whats left of Portage after the '64 earthquake. Great strawberry ruebarb pie too!


MVC-010X.JPG 1999 7 30 7:32:26 PM **
Another shot of Portage glacier.


MVC-011V.MPG 1999 7 30 7:40:44 PM ***
This video clip taken about 1/2 mile down a hiking trail. I was screeming the whole way there and back to alert any bears of my presence.
Later I went fishing in "Tangle pond", across the road, and saw some fish jump, but caught none.


MVC-015V.MPG 1999 7 30 11:31:48 PM ***
This rather lengthy video clip taken at the Steward inlet. Big cruise boats can be seen here. I did go fishing here, but again got nothing. I'm batting 0 in Alaska so far! There were a few guys snagging for them which is legal here, since the salmon can't get up the falls.


MVC-020X.JPG 1999 7 30 11:52:50 PM **
Remains from the 1964 earthquake which pretty much wipped out the whole area. Lots of wreckage can still be found. This was one of the most powerful earthquake ever measured at 9.1 - 15 times more powerful than the California quake of 1989.


MVC-040X.JPG 1999 7 31 1:44:42 AM ***
Nice photo of a high lake between Portage and Seward.