The Mangy Moose Bed & Breakfast
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... we'd made in Chicken. They'd left early and written their e-mail address on a raffle ticket and their number was drawn. We'd been carrying their prize, these fetching chainsaw protection pants since, not knowing if we'd meet up with them again.
The small, historic town is interesting to walk round day or night. It was named in honour of William Seward, US Secretary of State and the man ...
... by Dianne back in 1997. It was seriously crowded, and full of action, and we promised the doorman we would be back later. We took a photo of the blank wall of a long three storey building with a somewhat stylised whale and dolphin mural.
We found our way past the massive station building to Ship Creek to look for salmon. There was a good run in the creek, a foot of clear shallow water over a gravel bed, ideal salmon habitat, and there were a lot of fishermen ...
... was pretty yum, too.
The day to jump ship finally came and we took a bus from Whittier to Anchorage, with a stop at the Wildlife Conservation Center. We had a bit too much time in Anchorage. We probably would've been fine with a day there but instead we were there for 2 & 1/2 days. Since the sun didn't set until near midnight, there was plenty of time to see the city. With all that daylight and it being late in the season, we weren't able to see ...
... like take this time to state a few of the things I've learned since living in Alaska: First, you can totally get any ingredient from any regular grocery store all year long, and no, the bananas are not going to cost me $13 :) Second, yes, there are bears all over the place, just a week or so ago Ryan took the picture of the mama and her cub on his way to work. Third, there are some very tasty breweries here, nothing on Marble:) but ...
... weekends. Tent stalls with only a few with veggies & berries but a lot more tents, like a bazaar, selling local arts & crafts, & a row of food stalls. Had some strangely sweet fireweed icecream. Things being sold including walrus ivory tusks, walrus ivory carvings, whale bone carvings, spirit masks, jewelry made from all different materials, Ulu & other knives, fur ...