The Mangy Moose Bed & Breakfast
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... noticed webbed patio chairs, tables, plastic baskets and poles beside the railroad track. Dave thought it might be so desolate out here that watching the train go by was the only entertainment. (We were unplugged most of the trip with no access to the cell phone or WiFi most of the time). It turns out the train stops for people if they flag the train down, because there are so few train stations and there is no other way for isolated people ...
... Sailing Master, one William Bligh of the Bounty fame, who named the arm of the inlet Turnagain Arm because he had to keep turning his boat to get up the inlet when Cook dispatched him to explore up river.
Stopped for a brief walk up the Bird Creek trail, then finally hit the outskirts of Anchorage. Drove straight to the Saturday Market on 3rd Avenue now knowing that it was open on a Sunday, and wandered down to the food vendor section for lunch. Then it ...
... lake, and saw / heard a pair of trumpeter swans cruising across the lake and landing on the water. We drove south, had a very late lunch / early dinner in Wasilla, and then drove back down the first several miles of the Turnagain Arm to see it in better weather than last week. It has been a terrific trip with great experiences and memories, and ...
... 8211; an event delayed by an unfortunate technicality that requires the Anchorage sister city committee (a publicly funded body) to invite the residents of Anchorage to all their events. While I’d be pleased with such a rock star welcome, the committee’s budget cannot afford enough reindeer sausages and moose burgers to feed some 392 643 guests. We await advice from the lawyers.
Aside from slowing the global descent into savagery, ...
... down pat. Off and collected our luggage in about 15mins. Much better experience than the hours long fiasco in Brisbane with P&O!
Found our transfer bus easy peasy, locked & loaded. Quite funny audio commentary on the 2.5hr bus trip to Anchorage, mostly about the size of the mosquitos, depth of the snow in winter and the craziness of cabin fever. Couple of interesting facts: There are an estimated 100,000 glaciers in Alaska! I think ...