Who doesn't love when the days get longer and the sunlight lingers later into the evening each day? The Red Chair is experiencing sunset in a whole new way in Alaska! Waiting for sunset, on its first night at the Ocean Bluff Bed and Breakfast in Kasilof, the Red Chair had plenty of time to admire the stunning views of the three active volcanoes across Cook Inlet. This is the time of year Alaska's sunset occurs at about 11pm! Visiting during the months of May through September expect to experience significantly longer days than anywhere else in the US.
West Chester Lagoon was one busy place! How can a place with so much activity seem to peaceful? Here the trail intersects Anchorage's famous Tony Knowles Coastal Trail. There were many joggers, walkers, some skate boarders, and bicyclists. Innkeepers of the Camai Bed and Breakfast and the Red Chair stopped to watch a beautiful bald eagle perched in a nearby tree. Red posed for a picture beside the Lagoon while watching a family of ducks and the Chugach Mountains in the background. This is why it was one of Red's favorite place to explore!
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