Katrina's Summer Adventure Photos
Photo credits Elizabeth J. Moore and Katrina Adams
The "Summer Adventure" page turned into a very long page, so I thought that it made sense to put the extra photos here, instead of the main vacation page.
Here are some photos to give you an idea of the grandeur and beauty of this apparently desolate land.
Wild cotton blooming on the tundra.
Getting up with the tides means that you have opportunities to see things that you might not ordinarily see.
Sunrise at 3AM.
And a little later the same morning.
Sunrise the next morning.
Fishing, boats, and related stuff.
Peterson Point, one of the old time canneries.
This ocean going tug is towing a huge barge
loaded with salmon canned at Peterson Point.
Drifters in the current hanging off of their nets, except for the one boat.
Waiting for the tide to change.
Waiting some more.
See why we REALLY don't want to pick fish in the mud?
Salmon fillets, drifters, and one of our skiffs.
Here are more landscapes and a photo of my bizarre cabin.
The guys wrapped it in something called flashing to help weather proof it. People variously referred to it as a "beer can" or the "tinfoil house". I preferred to call it the "beacon" and decided that lost mariners could use it to navigate back to land. :)
My "beacon" reflecting the sunset.
The end of the rainbow?
As the storm clouds built, this small hill was still in the sun light.
The same storm building over the water.
For more information about:
Commercial Fishing in Alaska
Follow this link to Katrina's Summer Adventure page
What Our Guests Say
"Elixir for my soul."
"Amazing disconnect from urban daily live."
"Kosrae Village is a wonderful, magical place run by wonderful people."
"This place is amazing, and you can hear the surf from anywhere in the resort."
"The food is top notch"
"Was especially pleased to find a history of Kosrae in my cottage and the fridge stocked with fresh fruit. What a nice surprise!"
"Kosrae has one of the best reefs that I have seen in my 42 years of diving."