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When you think about Alaska, you think wildlife, you think glaciers, and you think national parks. And the past couple days we covered all of those and more!
Denali National park is bigger than the state of New Hampshire with 6 million acres of forested land. Besides the highest mountain in North America, the park is also home to many species of animals, including wolves and bears. The park is a wildlife ...
... some large coho and smaller pinks. There were a few fishermen up there who were most impressed by these fish and envious that they were in a protected part. But it did show that the salmon run is close to starting.
We went to take a photo of a large mural of the Iditarod. When we got back to the car I noticed a parking fine note on the window! It was for $35. We saw a parking inspector walking around so I went over to ask about it but he hadn't given it ...
... Great Delta flight to Minneapolis. All on time. Hour layover in MSP, then 5 hours plus to Anchorage. I had upgraded us to Comfort Plus, to surprise my beautiful wife (Hi, Jane). Well worth it - lots more legroom, free drinks, two Free checked bags. Arrived Anchorage at 11:30 AM. Got rental car, went looking for grocery/liquor ...
As you know, I'm back home in Alaska!
It was a great trip and I was able to meet all of my objectives (interviews, photos of sites, meet with local Rotarians and participate in events). Besides that, I made great friends, visit some amazing places and ate some great food!
Now my job is to help Daniel (in Guayaquil) to finish the Global Grant proposal and to start my PowerPoint presentation so I can present the project to the other clubs ...
... on a steep glacial gravel peak, and the trappings of civilisation around it. Off to the left we can see the river leading back to the Maclaren Glacier, fairly bright in the distance against the mountains.
Down at the bridge we see there is a settlement on each side of the bridge. On the west side we can see some sort of cafe, garage buildings, a snow-cat, a skidoo, canoes and an ultra-light plane fitted with skis, and down on the river bank are outboard ...