New breeding bird discovered in Kenai Mountains on family hike
On the third morning of our four-day hike and campout, my husband Toby said “This camping trip is shaping up to be a flop.” I didn’t disagree. It was windless, humid, and incredibly buggy. Our kids, and possibly even their parents, were short-tempered. Our dog had ripped the fly and some guy lines off a new tent, losing a tent stake in the process.
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