Hope, AK

After Seward, we began making our way north into the interior of Alaska. We spent one night in Hope, a small (pop.150) town full of history. It claims to be Alaska's best preserved gold rush town. The next morning we walked the main street checking out the buildings which were built in the late 1800s/early 1900s and for the most part are still being used.

Sourdough Dru's...the place where rumors are spread!

Main Street

The Social Hall

Prospector's cabin with a few vertical logs

Headed north with a quick river stop

Jacob's ladder
Turnagain Pass was full of wildflowers.

Wild geranium

Such a nice spot for a family photo!