Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Kenai, Alaska.

Thursday, October 10, 2013... Deb Moore and I are flying from Anchorage, Alaska to meet Terry Bryan in Kenai. It's a 25 minute flight down the peninsula. We're teaching clock hour classes all day for the local real estate professionals at the Kenai Convention & Visitors Bureau.

Our pilot getting ready for take off at Ted Stevens International Airport. We're flying down the peninsula for Kenai.

Our pilot checking the runways for traffic. We're clear for take off.

We're airborne with Anchorage just below just before dawn.

The views are spectacular as the sun starts to rise behind the mountains.

I'm loving the flight in this circa 1960's Cessna 10 seater.

Terry Bryan, First American Title, teaching clock hour classes at the Kenai Convention & Visitors Bureau.

Terry Bryan, First American Title, teaching a title and escrow issues class. We spent the day here teaching back to back classes. It was a great day and so much fun to meet several of the local real estate agents. The Kenai Convention & Visitors Bureau has a wonderful little museum just off the main meeting rooms. It's full of wonderful historical artifacts and photos of the area. Truly, Alaska is the last frontier.

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