Coastal Trail Bed and Breakfast
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... do not have the skills to survive in the wild. What struck me about these beautiful creatures is how similar their mannerisms were to my own kitty at home. They both stretch the same way, move their ears the same way, and tuck their paws under themselves when laying down the same way. Cute! About 4 PM we were dropped off at the airport. What do you do in the airport for 7 hours? I'll tell you - you visit your airline's lounge. ...
Day 5 - Friday - Bay of Pillars Taken by skiff to a landing place where 11 of us set off on an all day hike across the narrow part of Kuiu Island mostly along an old logging road. Made it to a bridge near Port Camden where we stopped in the shade for lunch & a rest. Our guide Hannah was so informative of the local woodland, native stories & even poetry that she made this long trek very enjoyable. Made numerous photo stops & explored one lovely moss covered track to ...
We came out of hibernation (i.e. catching up on school, laundry, sleep, cleaning and repairing the camper etc.) for a short trip south of Anchorage. This photo was taken at a mountain lake next to adorable "Summit Lodge" where we had lunch.
Along the way, we stopped near "Beluga Point" on the Seward Hwy because we really could see beluga whales and seals swimming out in the ocean along the drive. That was really neat!
... Lunch was at Moose's Tooth Pub & Pizza Place. #1 place to eat in Anchorage, according to Tripadvisor. Evening brought on a visit to Alaska Berry Products Store, worlds largest Chocolate waterfall. Onto Dinner at The Sourdough Mining Company, followed by The Dusty Sourdough Show. ...
... van with our cameras to hopefully spot some moose in Kincaid Park. We saw the first one on the side but too much traffic to stop. The next was a mama moose and baby, right by the roadway. They were so close, pictures were easy. A little further in, we saw another one. On the way out, the mama and baby crossed over the road to our side then the baby laid down right there. All in all, it was a nice way to end the day.