Typical view out of the windshield. Good roads, great views.
The beard really completes the whole Alaskan Pioneer persona. Chuck Beard...uh, Baird.
Two Dall Sheep were feeding on the side of the hill on our drive south to Portage.
Sometimes grizzly bears become too used to town, and they're either relocated or euthanized. This guy was lucky and ended up at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Park. He even learned to sit pretty with those 3 inch claws together before getting a food treat. Cute, until he digs them into your skull...
Hard to tell from the picture, but this iceberg is floating on a lake where Portage Glacier ends. It's as big as a house, broke off and floated across the lake until it came to rest on the bottom.
The view of 3 glaciers from the Alyeska tram.
Not wild, in the conservation park. Moose are super flighty.
Musk Ox. We'd have to go waaaayyy north to see these in the wild.
The tram on it's way back down the mountain. It takes you over 2000 feet vertically to the top of the ski hill.