July at Tern Lake - IIby Alaskan Momma Bear
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One of several of my summer photos of Tern Lake located on the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska. Tern lake is at a Y in the road where the Seward Highway meets with the Sterling Highway. Both highways end at important port towns; Sterling Highway ends at a gravel spit in the fishing town of Homer, and Seward Highway ends at the ferry terminal/train depot in the fishing town of Seward. This lake got its name from the Arctic Tern birds that nest there during their annual migration.
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