Brookside Inn Bed and Breakfast
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We left Palmer this morning for Valdez. This was a seven hour travel day with steep hills. No wildlife along the road, although the earlier group saw moose. Mountains around our campground are spectacular.
We are out on a cruise to view the Columbia Glacier and to view wildlife. Calm seas and a beautiful day made for an ...
Took a drive this morning with Pete & Toni up to Thompson Pass, first stop was at The Solomon Gulch Hatchery. It was completed in 1983 after the bitter cold winter of 1971-72 all but devastated the salmon fisheries in Prince William Sound. The water was boiling with the salmon. From here stops along the way at several waterfalls and a glacier along the road with a cave like appearance. Next a hike to ...
... Park, spent some time in the cultural centre and the visitors centre itself, and then walked one of the circuit trails down to the nearby river. Poor Rachel swatted a couple of mosquitoes, freaked out when there was a bit of blood, and trotted off down the track in a rather futile attempt to outrun the swarm following her.
Back in the car we headed further south, stopping at lots of the lookouts, especially the one overlooking the Copper River near Mt ...
... these mountains during the various gold rushes. Certainly wasn't an easy life and not many made their fortune at all.
We arrived in Valdez just before noon. The town is based in an inlet surrounded by tall mountains topped with snow, yet here by the ocean it is warm and sunny again. Also home to a plethora of bunnies! A local business owner released his pet bunnies when he closed down a few years ago and now there are "domestic feral" ...
... Savage trail in Denali - we ran into a couple visiting from England, we chatted for a few minutes and found out that they were from Manchester. On our way down from the glacier today - we once again ran into this same pair. How ironically this is the third set of folks that we have spoken to and ran into a completely random location 2 or 3 days later. I wonder how many more people we run into our daily lives but just never take the time to talk and ...