Neil Patrick Harris, husband David Burtka and their twins Harper and Gideon visited Skwentna, Alaska - a tiny town famous as a checkpoint in the Iditarod
It was a series of fortunate events for Neil Patrick Harris.
Harris, 44, documented the icy vacation on his social media accounts, first sharing a photo of some “Glacier goodness” starring the twins.
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In an image posted on Monday from Skwentna, Alaska, little Harper posed in front of a serene lake. Proud papa Harris captioned the moment with a simple, “Harper in Alaska. #love #grateful.”
Burtka also cozied up to the couple’s son for a selfie in front of the lake — this time in front of a special rainbow backdrop. “David and Gideon in Alaska. #rainbow #love #grateful,” the A Series of Unfortunate Events star wrote.
Sharing a final photo gallery, Harris reflected, “Can’t stop thinking about our Alaskan adventure. Lots of pics, please swipe and see. Thanks @withinthewild for providing memories that will last lifetimes. Truly a spectacular place!”
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Skwentna is known best as a checkpoint on the annual Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. Anchorage is the closest major city to the tiny town, whose population was a mere 37 as of the 2010 census.