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... in an Imax cinema. The film is fabulous, and was good timing for me in some ways - the central message - there is always a way, just keep relooking at the problem!
The journey from Ketchikan to Anchorage had some jaw dropping moments, many of them in fact, ...
... as a tent city right along Ship Creek and grew with the completion of the Alaskan Railroad. Last week we drove by Ship Creek looking for spawning salmon, but found none. This week as we walk up to the restaurant the small shallow creek bed is full of fishermen in knee high boots, standing in the water casting their fishing rods. We don't spy any salmon but they must be down there as we see several fishermen coming up the rocky creek bed with salmon dangling on their hook.
... for a few glasses of wine, then to dinner with Ray and Sandy at Snow Goose, another brew pub. Good food, simple, good beer. Then, up to the 20th floor of the Captain Cook Hotel to the very upscale bar for a nightcap. Great view of the inlet. Still wish we could have seen it at high tide. So many mud flats. Off to dream. Suitcases outside door at 6:30. Leave for train at 8:15.
... the water and into the air. All of team managed to stay in the boat as it
landed in the pool below.
As we got out of the boat there was lunch set up on a table.
We ate a lot before we all went home.
Back at the hostel I had a nice worm shower. For
the rest of the day I decide to relax at home.
The day ended with a nice roast lamb for dinner and a bit of cheese cake for dessert. ...
... I said, it's been months since I had the option to eat such things and I'm vacationing. No holding back. After that we stopped at Midnight Sun Brewing company and had some fantastic micro-brew delights. The staff was personable and on top of everything. The location is a bit off the beaten path but totally worth the trek out of town. For dinner we had reservations at the famous Crow's Nest on the top floor of the Captain Cook hotel. Which boasts a 10,000 bottle ...