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... and they all went into a pasta dish and were yummy too.
But we didn't live completely off the land while in Hope. We just had to sample a piece of coconut cream pie from the DIscovery Cafe. SUPERB!!
While in Hope, a phone call from Evan and Linda delivered the welcome news of their official engagement! Here Here!! Cheers! Congratulations! Our family is expanding!
Tucking Hope away in our hearts, we left our ...
... the new one on, without needing to let the air out of the new tire to get it on. THANKFULLY.
We spent a couple of nights in this site and saw lots of fishermen going out in boats - all kinds of boats - motor, row boats, rafts. A busy place. We also quickly discovered that there was a mama brown bear and cub in the vicinity and we saw them each day. A treat! Mama just needed to get to the lake and get a fish every day and she had to deal with ...
... using Alaska River Adventures. Especially if you have a coupon!
Our raft guide made a few suggestions for places to eat, but after getting into our car we decided to just drive back to Seward and eat there...BIG MISTAKE. By the time we got back 10-10:30pm, every restaurant was CLOSED! One looked open but when we went in they said sorry! We went to Safeway and bought cold chicken strips and ate at the cabin!
I think I was ...
... calm. We woke about 7:30 with a phone call from Brother David (something about early calls from brothers) to a sunny day and calmer winds. We cooked breakfast for the 4 of us of grits, reindeer sausage, scrambled eggs, biscuits, jelly and coffee. Soon after we moved out of Heritage RV Park and headed north. We missed the turn off for the Russian Orthodox church in Ninilchik and my driver could not find a place to turn around. The pictures I have ...
... to the ocean is via a 2.5 mile long tunnel blasted through the mountain. Pretty damn impressive though the sign at the entrance saying "falling rocks next 2.5 miles" is just a tad concerning when you're about to drive through it!
Ten seconds down the road from the tunnel exit we found a place to spend the next 2 1/2hrs - the Portage & Byron glaciers. After a misdirected effort, i.e. a Jeff "shortcut" through bush, trail getting less and ...
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