September 9 (Kennecott, Alaska). It felt good to be warm and dry after that morning’s hike to the glacier. After most of the day had gone by, the rain finally stopped and we spent a couple of hours outside looking at the mill ruins. At long last, the skies partially cleared, and we were able to see some of what we had been missing. Here are a few photos of the afternoon’s views of the rugged and wild terrain; glaciers and mountains. The first photo is the mountain I hiked up the day before to get to the Bonanza Mine, nearly 4,000 feet above where I am now standing.
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