Yesterday I took these pics of the bore tide in the Turnagain Arm near Anchorage. This bore tide is one of only 60 in the world. Usually a really big bore tide like this one occurs close to a full moon as the tide comes in and goes up the arm after a very low tide. It’s a couple feet high and has a speed of about 20 mph and goes up the arm for about 20 miles in one big sweep. It’s an awesome site to see.