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... 2nd....In the morning before breakfast we explore a bit more....I have been surprised on this trip how often Captain James Cook's name comes up and I have seen more statues of him on my travels than I have seen in NZ I think. I will be looking in the library for some reading on him when I return. Anchorage has huge numbers of small planes, both float and ordinary as well as a ...
... saved my life. Or my sanity.
At the far end of the tunnel is the Portage Glacier. We stopped to get out, walk around and take pictures. What an ultimate relief!! The glacier flows down a mountain and used to flow into the lake at the mountain's base.
Back on the bus, we headed to the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, a refuge for injured and orphaned animals, most of whom wouldn't survive in the wild. What did I see? Moose, bears, ...
... left each place full and happy. I hope tomorrow is just as appeasing. Dinner at Ginger after a marathon of shopping was just the ticket, then a few brews at Glacier Brewhouse. All in house beer, and the martini they made me was great. We also stopped at Orso at happy hour before we headed back to the hotel as well. Again, great martini! This first day I have felt like a total glutton. We didn't rent a car so anything we do has been in walking distance. And ...
... for photos, as a car only comes by every half hour, but it is still possible to be caught out. The lakes read well, but there is little access without a boat or canoe, so we carry on, getting back into high, open country with sweeping views, lots of wild flowers, and snow on the ground beside the road. Some of the lakes are still frozen. In the distance to the left we can see snow covered mountains and a big river which starts as a glacier. Quite spectacular scenery.
... it's certainly that) and at least on the day we we're there, Seldovia has a rather "Twilight Zone" feel about it - we were half expecting zombies to appear at any moment!
On Kodiak Island, we're encouraged to try the Monks Rock café for lunch. This we think could be our ultimate Russian experience. The café belongs to St Innocent's Academy founded in the mid 1990's by Father Paisius De Lucia, a minister in the Russian Orthodox ...