The Mangy Moose Bed & Breakfast
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... rivers where they hatched, to spawn in almost the exact same spot.It's still not certain how they find their way back, but a ranger told me that the most recent theory is that the magnetic forces in the water imprint on the brain like some sort of GPS. Take it up with him not me if you don't understand, he's at the visitor centre in Valdez (rhymes with 'dhal peas').
Sadly, it's usually the last thing they do, ...
... a discernible wave front.
As we proceed along the northern shore of the Arm, beside the railway line, and are getting towards where we will have a scenic stop, we see parked cars and people out and looking up the cliffs. We stop a fair way past, and the driver asks if we want to walk back for a look. We go with another couple, and walk far enough back to get a view and photos of a Dall sheep high on the rocky cliff above the road. While we were distracted by the ...
... so we started on that seawall trek but soon realized that a bike was needed if we wanted to see anything other than the park. So, we took a shortcut trail and got on a train to see the Olympic site. Lots more walking but thankfully we ran into Craft, the former Canadian House, which is now a bar/restaurant that has 100 beers on tap. (There was definitely a pattern during this trip...walking, drinking, eating, repeat.) After all that, we ended the night ...
... lunch with Mom at Silver Gulch Brewery at Anchorage Airport that has been featured in Food Network by Guy Fieri. They brew their own beers and root beer and I didn't realize have some funky wine such as blueberry and honey fireweed! We had tomato beer-battered onion rings that were perfect warm, crispy, flaky and tasty! We had the Green Thumb pizza again fresh ...
... 1964 earthquake on the area & the resulting changes thereof plus so much more. They have to attend classes for 10 weeks for 2 & half hours a day learning all the facts & figures for their commentaries then if they pass the course they only get a job interview. Apparently only about 50% of attendees who successfully pass the course are employed at the end.
When the train pulled into Seward, about 12.15pm, a great deal of the passengers were going on cruise so were ...