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After a good night's sleep, we enjoyed the sights of downtown Anchorage. The museum was fabulous and we spent 3 hours there! You can see from our pics, we ran into lots of wild animals! We had lunch at a wonderful quaint Italian place. Stopped by the place that one of the Boggs' friends had suggested, but it was clearly vegan. Not for us! Headed to Denali tomorrow on an 8 hour train ...
... science program and in the Barrow Area Research Consortium community science seminar series. I enjoyed local foods including seal oil at the home of Ida and Nate Olemaun and learnt from Nate, a former mayor and whaling captain, about the skills and patience required to hunt whales - and the dangers posed by thinning sea ice caused by climate change. I also met with staff from the North Slope Borough Wildlife Management Department, an ...
... Jo the Turnagain Arm with the same result, hence they had to 'turn again' and so it was named.
In 1964, the second most powerful earthquake recorded in the USA hit Anchorage. We passed the resulting 'Ghost Forest' of trees that died as a result of salt from the ensuing tsunami inundating their roots.
The Bore Tides
The bore tide is a huge wave or series of waves that advance down Turnagain Arm in a wall ...
... calico dresses called "kuspuks."
The bus took us back to downtown Anchorage and we had lunch at the Snow City Cafe. We met our group in Town Square and walked to the Anchorage Museum. The museum focuses on the art, history and cultures of Alaska. The Smithsonian Arctic Studies Center displays Alaska Native artifacts. There is also an interactive Imaginarium Discovery Center.
Denny and I said goodbye to "The Musician" and drove south along the Parks Highway accompanied by the Alaska Range all along the way. We stopped in Talkeetna and had lunch at a lodge with a grand deck looking directly at Denali. The top was cloud covered but as we ate the North Peak ...
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