This image was taken on the Kenai Peninsula as I worked my way along the beach from Homer to Kenai and points beyond. The day's ride had been a perfect blend of blue skies, no wind and stunning views of the volcanic peaks that dotted the western horizon forming the Aleutian range and the Chigmit mountains. Shortly after finding a way to cross the frozen Cohoe River, I made camp high above the tide line amongst the frozen chunks of ice that littered the shoreline. These same chunks of ice that were so beautiful on this cool day would become the source of muck and mush as the warming Alaskan temperatures caused each mini iceberg to begin the annual springtime melt.
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Glenn Charles spent his first 40 years living what he thought was the American Dream; he now says he’s living life. Traveling by bike and kayak, he finds new ways to explore the world, meet new people and grow as a person. As he travels 50,000+ miles by human power, he hopes to inspire others to reconnect with nature and lead simpler, happier lives. thetravelingvagabond.com