The Mangy Moose Bed & Breakfast
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... football in. We spent the rest of the evening on the deck: playing cribbage, drinking beer and watching the flight planes and hoping Denali would come out of the clouds. The top of her came out of the clouds for a few minutes, but quickly covered up again. You could see the rain (or snow) coming down around her. And something our neighbors called "fire rain". We have no idea what that is, but there were very cool clouds and rain formations ...
... a walk home, stopping by Ship Creek to see all the fishers in the creek trying to land King salmons that are supposedly just starting to run.
Just back now from a few games of Sequence-- guys: 4 / gals: 1. They wanted a new game as we were beating them in Crib Wars and, maybe I mentioned it before but, Denis was threatening to use the game board as one of his levellers for the motorhome.
Now time to catch up while internet is good before heading to bed.
... originally lampooned, for the purchase of Alaska from Russia in 1867 for $7.2 million (less than 2c an acre). Remote and inaccessible, it was referred to as 'Seward's Ice Box' or Walrussia, until first whaling, then the amazing salmon runs, the discovery of gold and now the vast reserves of oil below Prudhoe Bay have proved it to be veritable cornucopia of valuable assets.
Just outside Seward is Kenai ...
... a light lunch. Tricia and I gallery hopped with Ben for a while and then went back to our shopping. This area of Anchorage had a lot of unique little shops and we spent a bunch of time just browsing. We stopped in at the Cake Studio for a delicious mango cupcake. The next block was the fur district and Tricia and I had fun trying on the beautiful fun coats, vests, hats and gloves. We made a few purchases ...
... really nice walk around and watched some people fishing for salmon as part of a derby.
We walked back to town and caught a 1 hour trolley bus tour that showed us around Anchorage and told us a few stories about the place. This was quite a good tour.
We went into the 5th Avenue Mall to find some lunch. We both had fried rice but I had sesame chicken ad Stephen had bourbon chicken (like BBQ chicken). This was quite ...