Anchorage Downtown B&B at Raspberry Meadows
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So we got up at 3:45am this morning so we could make the hour trip to the airport. The Delta lady who was in charge of boarding us, seemed clueless. Several times she referred to our flight as " to California" I hate to nit pick, but LAX isn't the only airport in California. She also yelled at the passengers in the gate after a person or two decided to board the plane without her scanning their boarding passes.
We were on a smallish plane, typical out of MCI, it was 2 and ...
... in for a warmer night with more clothes on, and the heater fired up occasionally in the night.
Tuesday 10th June Denali National Park to Tangle Lakes Campground
We set the alarm for 10am (just in case we oversleep) for an 11am checkout, but Murray is up early, and we have an encounter with the village moose and twins passing right by our van, with tourists nearby snapping them, and a park employee in an SUV standing by. We are tubbed, broomed, breakfasted ...
... the Glenn Hwy on into Anchorage on a four to six lane road and over the Matanuska, Knik, and Eagle Rivers. We finally found the Comfort Inn at Ship Creek which would take dogs and was not full for the two nights we wanted. Ship Creek is the urban fishing hole for folks from Anchorage and at dinner that night at Bridge Seafood, both sides of the creek were filled with fisherman because the king salmon were just starting to come ...
With our first day in Anchorage being Labor Day, we knew we wouldn't get ahold of anyone to take care of a service for Maggie. That left us with the day to plan a bit what we wanted to do and run some errands. Our first stop was to get a rental car so we could drive out to Maggie, install Big Bertha, clean up the plane a bit, and get our excess luggage packed up in order to hopefully give to one of the other planes on the flight. Every pound lighter would count ...
... an inspection of the van – first impressions were how big but dark it was, as vehicles in the US seem to favour dark worktops and dark wood, but it was fine. We then got on the road to Walmart to stock up with supplies: we wanted to get on the road as soon as we could, but of course it takes ages to go round a store in a foreign country as a) you don’t know where anything is, and b) its all so fascinating. The only problem ...