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At 10 pm I left the hostel for the last time it was sad to see it go but my flight left in 2 hours. I was dreading this day as it was the best time of my life. At the air port I checked in and walked thought into customs. It did't take long to get thought and into the air craft.Taking off from anchorage it was cold. ...
... 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, ...
... creek and a gaggle of fisherman were catching salmon at Bird creek. Back in town we ate the best pizza ever at Moose Tooth. It ranks number one for restaurants in Anchorage and rightly deserved. I had the Chinook Salmon pizza and it was amazing! Oh yes another show and dinner, Sourdough Mining Company Dinner and the Dusty Sourdough Show. It was terrible, both the food and the entertainment. Dusty Sourdough is a self import "entertainer" and is a bit pitchy and preachy! Off to Homer ...
... it definitely isn’t today. It is overcast with occasional rain, and there are heavier falls visible in the mountains. We have the Nenana River running towards us on the left, and we get occasional good views down into it, and we stop at the points of interest set out on the very good Bureau of Land Management guide to the Denali Highway, which lists the points of interest by mile posts, which occur every mile, and are quite accurate.
We make a stop at ...
... a lifer & vagabond and made for a good conversationalist. They assured us the weather was going to be alright, and they were right. While it wasn't summery, we couldn't complain given we were going kayaking in early September in Alaska. The first portion of the trip was on a water taxi to where the kayaks were stored. A couple other kayaking companies used the same water taxi, and the water taxi was also taking folks to a remote lodge, so there were easily 15 ...