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We went on the 26 Glacier Cruise for the day. The weather was sunny, beautiful and calm - one of only 5 days the ship captain could remember for all this summer in Whittier! Yeh for us! We saw beautiful blue calm waters, 26 glaciers, sea otters, whales, sea lions, killer whales and kittiwakes. We sat with Ann (Denmark) and Johneave (Paris, ...
... couple hours after high tide. The water will rise 20'!
We took hike around Kenai. Visiting the Holy Assumption of the Virgin Mary Russian Orthodox Church. It is one of the oldest churches in Alaska. Fort Kenay, Parish House Rectory (considered the oldest building on the peninsula) and St. Nicholas Chapel. The area has rich Russian history.
Anchorage is a nice town, it really is. The climate is mild, everyone's really friendly, there are mountain and water views everywhere. But, when you're wanting to be somewhere else four days in the Anchorage rain is enough already. We bicycled along Cook Inlet, where I was reminded in the park that the area was explored by Cpt. Cook. (Duh!) We went through Earthquake Park and looked ...
... stopped to take more photos of the oil facilities when a cop came to my window - stopping was not allowed along this stretch of road because of security in regard to the oil facilities. The cop was very pleasant to me & I think realised I was just a tourist, especially with my accent.
I finally got to the hotel, in the pouring rain, just before 11pm, checked in, showered, made a coffee & watched tele in bed for a while - the first time this month.
... my bitter end. See photos below.
Now we're at the bitter end of our stay on the western side of the Kenai. Tomorrow we move across the peninsula to Seward. We've booked a long stay in Seward over the 4th so we're assured of a RV park space. Yes, we booked another gravel and pole park. You've read this blog ... you now know what a gravel and pole park is ... and you also know, "the rest of the story."
Rain, yet forward. On to Seward.