Anchor River Lodge
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... 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 ...
Were loaded up and headed back to Anchorage fish and all. This has been by far the best trip I have done. I have seen a lot in my years of traveling around the Western parts of the US. Alaska is one to return to or live in. When God created Alaska, he defiantly put some extra thought how this place was going to turn out. I will say that the best part of this trip was being a passenger and having two tour guides on point all the time. Those who travel and are the captains ...
... at our campsite. On this stretch of road they have signs warning about moose crossing. We did not see any until right in the middle of Anchor Point, two crossed the street. We have a great view of Mt. Illiama and can also see Mt. Redoubt. Greg got up in the middle of the night so he could get pics of the ...
... flying contraption in the sky just overhead. It was a flying machine of sorts...not exactly sure what sort, but definitely a flying machine. Got some good photos for you all to see as it was really not anything you may ever see again!
In the morning, we’ll pick up our halibut and will be heading back toward the Canadian border. Not sure what lies ahead, but we’ll be sure to include you along for the ride.