Matanuska River Bridge Turnoff – August 23, 2013

I pulled off the Matanuska Bridge and into the turnoff just like I had done yesterday. The low clouds clung to the mountains and you could see how it was steamy at the cloud base. When I was working on my instrument rating, my instructor told me that when you first enter clouds its like being in your shower with the room steaming up. It’s that same look. You can see that here in these photos. Yet, above the cloud layers, it’s bright and sunny and you can see the sunlight reflecting on the clouds.

This spot looked completely different today. I would learn later today just how unpredictable – and dangerous – Alaska’s weather patterns can be.

Finally, the time had come to bid it farewell. My time to summit the Butte was drawing nigh.

 


 

Get your Weekly Photo, Video Digest Now

Enter your email address to get started. We will not give your email address to any third party. Current publishing schedule is one newsletter per post, not to exceed one post per day.



Editor and Publisher, US for Palin, and Mine Eyes Have Seen; LAN Infrastructure PM; IFR PPL; fishing, shooting.

View all contributions by

Website → Mine Eyes Have Seen

Comments on this entry are closed.