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... following your dreams and not giving up! We then boarded our coach. By the way, Tina is our driver. She took us around Anchorage. In downtown, we got off the bus and walked down toward Cook Inlet and got on a nature trail. Tina picked us up a couple of miles later. During our tour, we saw the largest Floatplane Airport in the world. We even saw a plane land on the water. We have enjoyed the scenery as we tour this beautiful town. I ...
... when he was working in Cassiar in Northern BC near the Yukon, Dianne flew over to meet him in Vancouver, before we went to South America. She came early, and spent a week in Alaska, flying part of the way with Alaska Air, and the rest of the way using the Marine Highway Ferry, so she’s been to Ketchikan, Juneau, Skagway and Anchorage before.
We get some good photos over the town from the top deck, breakfast, and are off the ship by 9AM, on a ...
Russia and the US signed a treaty selling Alaska to the US for $7.2 million in 1867, the deal was considered a great achievement of diplomacy at the time. By and large, Russia discovered the region and owned it for 126 years. From 1976 Alaska residents that have lived within the state for a full calendar year and have not been sentenced with a conviction, receive a yearly dividend called a PDF – Permanent Development Fund. Shortly after the oil ...
Today, we took the Alaskan Railroad train again from Anchorage to Whittier. The journey this time was much shorter. Check in was at 8.45 for a 9.45 departure and we arrived at Whittier about 3 hours later. This time, it was a panoramic journey. We passed by Alaskan beaches, with the humps of white whales visible in the sea as we passed by. The railroad runs at a leisurely pace, so it is easy to take in the views. I was interested to read that the Schools Business ...
... Girdwood and had good tasting veggie burger, Alaska IPA, and fries with Mom at Chair 5 Restaurant decorated in kitschy Alaskan way with Moose heads, Dall Sheep head, state maps, & beer-related "art" work. Then took less than 2 mile ride down to Aleyska Resort in Girdwood. Lounged in patio in the resort's back gardens lookin over the lake and fountain. Then changed shirt & shoes and headed to Alyeska Aerial Tram up ...
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