Anchorage Downtown B&B at Raspberry Meadows
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We get to the location of witch there was a cafe on the edge of the river. The bears where in the river on the arrival catching the fresh salmon jumping up the water fall.
We had lunch on the waters edge watching the bears. The bears where fascinating as they all ways new when the salmon would jump and with direction they jumped in. ...
... in bed until 8:30 am so it mustn’t have been too bad. It was easy to pack up today as the van wasn’t plugged in to anything. We ate muesli bars for breakfast as cereal and milk wasn’t appealing to either of us.
I decided to drive as soon as we got out of the park as I didn’t want to drive into Anchorage as it is the biggest city in Alaska with most of the population of Alaska. I think it has 200,000 people and another 100,000 close by.
The highway ...
... We each received two bags of pay dirt to process. Everyone found between six to ten pieces of gold flrcks. Then the students dug pay dirt from the shores of the creek and we ran the pay dirt through a sluice. We processed four 5 gallon buckets of pay dirt. We found about fifty flecks of gold in all that pay dirt. We hiked back to the entrance and spencer! our guide! handed out the 50 flecks of gold to everyone. It was an ...
... on a steep glacial gravel peak, and the trappings of civilisation around it. Off to the left we can see the river leading back to the Maclaren Glacier, fairly bright in the distance against the mountains.
Down at the bridge we see there is a settlement on each side of the bridge. On the west side we can see some sort of cafe, garage buildings, a snow-cat, a skidoo, canoes and an ultra-light plane fitted with skis, and down on the river bank are outboard ...
... of tomato and some wilted lettuce. Of course we even had to go up there to pay the bill. Bob was much nicer than Kim and I would have been in the tipping department!
We headed back to our car and ended up with a nice view of Mt. McKinley. It's rare that it can be seen with constant clouds; we were lucky to see it clear today. As the trip progressed, the bathrooms were a little brutal. I've ...