We began exploring with the Dock Point Trail, just a hop, skip and a jump from our campsite.
The eagle's nest can be seen from the north side of this trail.
This is the small boat harbor.
We enjoyed a lunch with fresh halibut after visiting a nice little museum about Valdez. They have recovered from the earthquakes and oil spills that once devastated the town.
Then we headed over to the Shoup Bay Trail.
The trail began in the woods and then broke out on a field of wildflowers and led us to the beach.
There were too many waterfalls to even count them all!
Not quite like any beach I've ever visited before, though.
It was another incredible scenery-filled day in Alaska!
I had an interesting experience at work last week. We were talking about camping versus a city vacation. I was in the minority because I said I preferred camping. The three other women I was talking with said they would prefer a city, which I think means shopping. Hmmm, a mall or this?
No contest in My World!