Talkeetna's original airfield.
Airborne in a deHaviland Beaver, an Alaskan workhorse.
Flying up Ruth Glacier on the way to a landing site. The ice in Ruth Glacier is more than 3800 feet deep and moves more than 3 feet per day.
If it were to melt, the area of the Ruth Glacier would be deeper than the Grand Canyon. Even more amazing is that Ruth Glacier is more than 30 miles long.
Mt. McKinley, the tallest peak in North America, peeks through the clouds.
Mt. McKinley under the wing our plane.