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To complete the list of promised wildlife we hadn't seen we went to the zoo. Not the nicest looking zoo and fairly small but let us complete our dance card.
We went to the Anchorage Museum ...
... to drive on except for the roadworks, which are everywhere. They have the longest waits ever as they rip up quite a few miles of road at a time.
You don’t know what is around the corner. It was a beautiful blue sky today and we sailed along until we came to this magnificent view of a mountain. I thought it was Mt McKinley as it was covered in thick snow and the others around it had a smattering. Mt McKinley is the tallest mountain in North America. It towers over ...
It is time to leave the relative familiarity of Washington State and fly another three and a half hours and one time zone to Alaska. On the approach to Anchorage the scenery looks like a cross between Northumberland and Iceland. Anchorage itself looks just like many a small town in America and to be honest it is a bit of a culture shock after the busy sophistication of Seattle. We decide to go for a wander and we do find a few things of note: - we are happy in ...
... fishing! I guess the salmon only run for a few days. We continued on our trip to Homer, which is more than five hours from Anchorage. The views were fabulous. We saw wild caribou and many moose. It was great. We even saw the volcano named Mount Redoubt. It is amazing to see these wild animals up close. In Kenai, we stopped at the visitors center and the students completed a scavenger hunt. They had many Alaskan birds and animals ...
... cry coming straight downwind from him. One of the main things to do at Wonder Lake is to take a reflection photo of Mt McKinley, but it is too windy and cloudy, and there is no sign of the mountain. On the return trip we pick up the Australians we dropped off near the glacier. They didn't get as far as the glacier on their walk.
At 13.40 Murray spots a ptarmigan, calls it out, but doesn't say the magic "stop" word. Others want to see it, so we back back a ...