Alaska's Natural Wonders Bed & Breakfast
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... of souvenir plaques saying things like "Keep calm and keep concealed". - fur coats for all the family are readily available. Or maybe you can just buy a whole bear skin (complete with paws) - John Wyland painted a mural here in 1994 (I have one of his paintings at home) - there is an excellent brewpub in the centre We have a really enjoyable if weird afternoon and there is no doubt we are far from home. I am looking forward to seeing what the rest of Alaska ...
... We walked back to the hotel to find the guys already checked into out huge, beautiful rooms (the bathroom was bigger than most of Winnie)!! The views out the full length window of Anchorage and Cook Inlet were beautiful. After a short rest, we headed to dinner at Simon and Seafort's Saloon and Grill where we ordered Rock salt roasted prime rib, Asiago-Almond Crusted Scallops, and a duo of Grilled halibut ...
... our break at the Toklat Rest Area at 9.57, caribou down on more river flats, and up on a hillside, with some spectacular antlers on two of them at 10.41.
At 10.52, we have a close up bear sighting, with a bear resting on a ledge only 50 metres above the road. Take a lot of photos and leave at 10.57 with the bear lying down asleep.
At 11.02 we should be able to see Mt McKinley (Denali), but it is all clouded in, so the bus driver gives us a photo to hold ...
... group. I love every second of it, and it's totally fulfilling a life long dream of being a flight attendant. Horizon flies mainly along the west coast, but just opened up a hub here in Anchorage. Right now we only fly to Fairbanks and Kodiak, but hopefully we'll expand soon:)
Ryan was gone for most of November and December for work, and I was at ground school in Portland OR for the month of January, so we've had minimal time to explore outside of ...
... next leg of the trip but will miss all the raw beauty. It's quite weird to us that Alaska is seen as an oldies destination as so much of the appeal is everything you can do outdoors and all those things require a bit of physical effort. And let's face it, even though there was a 71yr old on Jeff's ice climbing outing, how many more 60+ tourists probably don't even get off their tour buses?
Arrived in Anchorage about 5pm for ...