April was our time to visit Benjamin Island, a jungled atoll perhaps a half mile in length and located 25 miles north/northwest of Juneau in southeast Alaska. A long, miserable winter of rain, snow, ice and darkness caused us to long for Benjamin Island’s pebble beaches and the roaring of sea lions in the rookery on the west side of the island.
Benjamin Island was a good place to visit in the springtime.
It's often hard to see the forest for the trees in the summer. The shapes of the trees, shrubs and ground vegetation are hidden by the profusion of foliage.
It's very different in winter. The dark forms of trees and shrubs stand in sharp contrast with the snow.
Dan Wilcox, outdoor columnist
March 09, 2010
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