Walkabout Town B&B
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Another very rainy day…We are headed back to Anchorage along the Glenn Highway. Cannot see much but my map tells me the awesome Chugach Mountains are running along next to all the beautiful rivers we see. We stopped at several creeks and rivers to try our luck at fishing without success. One river we were fishing on we had walked up stream and I saw a big bright red fish. Found out ...
... hike to the Byron Glacier, where we could look back across to another glacier on the other side of the valley (today's picture). Then we stopped to watch the bore tide come into the Turnagain Arm, and drove on up to Anchorage and had dinner at Olive Garden. On to Valdez ...
... second bag, as it was not where it should have been, then Dianne found our bus driver, confirmed we were a starter, left our big bags with him, and took our valuables bags and walked out to near the covered train platform, and along the waterfront in full wet weather gear, to check out the "town". We took a close-up of the colourful multi-storey wooden building on the water’s edge, and walked to the fishing harbour for photos and a quick talk to a local youth, ...
... of gift shops and eateries & not much else, that is apart from the fishing down at the small boat harbour. The views across the harbour were fabulous so on my walk back to the train I took the opportunity to sit several times to take it in.
There were numerous campers parked up around the town, most of them the huge Winnebago, or similar, type. Personally I cannot see the point of moving from the privacy of one’s home to holiday in a camper, or tent, with your ...
... our two countries is that Switzerland has many more 20,000 feet tall mountains to view.)
Arrive McKinley Chalet Resort which is a National Park run operation. Rooms are not fancy but very comfortable. Dinner at the McKinley Bar and Grill was FANTASTIC. We each enjoyed reindeer venison, salad and fresh vegetables, excellent wine, and ended the night with cheese cake.
We were all pretty tried, so we got to bed early for a good, long ...