Anchor River Lodge
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Homer Wednesday: No blog yesterday I was far to busy at the shops. Kaff went off and did a Glacier tour on Prince William Sound so I was free to bus about Anchorage which I did. I dropped Kaff off at the pick up hotel and I parked at Walmart (my fave store). I wandered down to the Sears Shopping centre only to discover it didn't open until 1000 and it was also a tiny shopping centre. So the Security guard gave me directions to ...
... as him, and proceeds to follow his mum, or at least try to, while holding onto his fish. But its such hard work since he keeps tripping over it and it gets in the way of trying to run. But he's determined not to let go!
But it's all change the following morning, with a fog that has descended and closed our air link with the outside world. So no more buzzing planes overhead, but finding bears is more ...
... fit, it became clear that weight and its distribution is quite relevant in a plane this small!
Taxiing out to the airstrip (this isn't a floatplane!), and onto the runway, pilot Jack ignores Anchorage's runway stretching off to the right, turns left towards the short end and winds up the power. The acceleration is something else, and I swear we're airbourne within 2 seconds!
Then it's off south-west down ...
... called it a night. But the night wasn't over until we filled our bellies. We fired up the BBQ and cooked up some of our Halibut for the day before. I went to bed with the fullest belly I have had in a long time. It took me an hour of moaning and groaning before my food finally settled. We also did our best to get the RV ready for return. It was time to pack our bags and do a wipe down. It was about 1:30am when lights were out.
Scott, Josh & ...
Finally sunshine. We left Kenai and drove past the Kasilof River. We crossed Crooked Creek which comes out of Tustameno Lake (largest on Kenai). We took the north and south Cohoe loop roads around the upper peninsula and got great views of Mt Redoubt and Mt Iliamma (part of Alaska's volcanic ring of fire). We explored the original Russian town of ...