My wife and I have been married almost 36 years. My wife just finished (and published on Amazon) her first E-Book. It’s called “Reflections” and it’s a book about thinking about life, what God offers to us and what we offer back to Him. It is wrote from a Christian woman’s viewpoint.
So living in a tourist town, Ketchikan Alaska, we receive many cruise ships almost every day from May until September. As a local photographer we have amassed many hundreds of pictures of cruise ships coming and leaving the area. So we created a ebook on some of them. This book displays pictures of over 25 ships, and provides some info on each ship. It’s on Amazon at:
Also we wrote a brief article awhile back on some of the ships, published in May 2018.
Someone recently asked me to make a short video about Ketchikan Alaska about a minute or two. This is what I came up with. Hope you like it and feel like visiting SE Alaska sometime.
Recently we have created some more nature products at our zazzle store, here are a few of them:
please check out our other nature products as well as stuff from Alaska at http://www.zazzle.com/ketchikanart
A fun place near Denver is the “Wildlife Experience”. It has a lot of beautiful statues both indoors and out.
There is lots of taxidermy animals as well as interactive things for kids.
We spent several hours here just walking around looking at things.
It’s a great place for photography as well.
The location is: 10035 S Peoria St, Parker CO. To contact them the phone number is (303) 315-9444. The cost I believe was $12 for adults and $8 for kids 3-12. So if your in the area, check it out.
So recently visited “Uncle Buck’s Fish Bowl” in Colorado Springs CO. It was a fun place and a nice atmosphere. Guess it’s owned by BassPro sporting goods store. Also heard that they have them in various places across the states.
Very fun and friendly for families with kids, or just a nice place to hang out at. Also check out Groupon to possibly find deals or specials.
The pavilion is actually located in Westminister CO. We have gone there a few times. Lost of butterfly’s floating and flying around. It is very very warm inside, so best not to go in the middle of summer.
I don’t remember how many different types of butterflies and moths they have, but it was worth the time and trip. If your trying to take pictures, my suggestion would use a burst mode if your camera allows it and also a fast speed. Some butterflies can be seen relaxing on various plants, others seem none stop and always on the move. Kids of all ages really seemed to have fun there. If your in CO and have a little spare time I would recommend this for the family.
I believe they are open every day. To contact them visit there web site at: