Planes and Cargo Ships at Point Woronzof

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Contemplation

Last weekend, we went back to Point Woronzof to enjoy the beach. It was a beautiful, sunny day and we saw ravens, mountains, airplanes taking off, and even a cargo ship. We heard the gentle sound of small waves crashing and felt the warm sun on our cold faces. It was quite lovely! If you want to learn more about Point Woronzof, I found a great website to review. The website is located on the references list.

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Caris at Point Woronzof
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Melissa at Point Woronzof
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Plane. Cargo Ship. Mountains.

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Since Point Woronzof is beside the international airport, we were very close to some of the exiting cargo planes heading toward Cook Inlet. I hope you enjoy the images and the video too. Please forgive McKinley’s squeal in the video. I still haven’t figured out how to get her to calmly greet other dogs. She instead opts for the much harsher approach of squealing as if to say, “I am here, come meet me!”

Happy Sunday (or whatever day it is),

Mel

 

Reference:

Point Woronzof. (n.d.). In Alaska Department of Fish and Game. Retrieved from http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/index.cfm?adfg=viewinglocations.pointworonzof

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