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Leisured in this morning at Princess Kenai Lodge. Left about 10 am. We followed the Kenai River to where it joins up with the Russian River. A great fishing stop for salmon. Sockeye still running with the start soon of Silvers. There is a ferry here that takes the fisherman to the far side of the river. We were told that side of the river is best fishing for there is a deep trough in the river which the salmon follow. We saw ...
... yesterday where, he,shot a charging bear with an AK 74. I question that that's what they carry around here. It was a 500 to 600 pound bear. They justified the killing, and took the hide and head and forwarded it to the fish and game office and left the rest of,the bear to "be recycled". Then closed the trail. Wonder if the hide goes to the local Indians? Or becomes someones coat...I hope the former.
We have a slower road ahead. So this is a nicer ...
... which is the only part of Kenai Fjords National Park accessible by car. Along the way, SteveB spotted a bald eagles' nest right near the road. There was one adult and two fledglings in the nest. At Exit Glacier, there was a half-mile trail (wheelchair accessible) that we took to get a good view of the glacier. There were signs that there had been encounters with black bears along the trail, so as we walked we made some noise. It was a fun ...
... catching fish. Judy spotted a moose mom and her babies on the way back. The photo below shows the moose (or is it "mooses") eating seaweed in the water. We were careful not to get between a mother moose and her babies -- one of the basic rules or moose viewing. Wow, Moose River earned its name today.
I fished the famed Russian River several times for rainbow, but since the reds weren't running, the rainbow weren't there in ...
... lot of time to get the boat back. The Captain 'gassed up' before returning to the dock, then they have to get the people off, then get the fish off. They have to be pushed up the ramp for photos the fileting. Then, the orders for processing, freezing, and shipping have to be completed--oh, and paid for!!
We didn't eat off site--we just ate the remaining lunch items from what we took on the boat--then crashed!
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