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... rivers weren't quite as busy as the dip-netting beaches. To envisage a dip-net think of a child's fishing net; imagine the net diameter at 5 feet, and the handle 20 feet long. Now, imagine standing in the sea keeping the net at a 90 degree angle just by holding firmly onto the handle and waiting for a salmon to swim into it (hoping that it's large and preferably a king salmon), that's dip-netting.
Carry on toward Anchorage along the foreshores of the Turnagain Arm. It has extensive mud flats, and we learn from the driver that this area is second only to the Bay of Fundy in North America for tide range. If the tide is right, there is a tidal bore of up to 12 feet. The driver produces a tide chart and we read it for today and find it is now low tide, and we can expect a plus 4 to plus 26 foot tide range, not enough to produce a really good bore, but enough ...
... so we started on that seawall trek but soon realized that a bike was needed if we wanted to see anything other than the park. So, we took a shortcut trail and got on a train to see the Olympic site. Lots more walking but thankfully we ran into Craft, the former Canadian House, which is now a bar/restaurant that has 100 beers on tap. (There was definitely a pattern during this trip...walking, drinking, eating, repeat.) After all that, we ended the night ...
... I have also added pictures (seen another day at Center) of Sugpiaq or Alutiiq group of the inner Aleutian island region with long gowns decorated with fur tails and women with face adornments, wearing beaded headdresses.
Mom was really happy with this day and beaming at end of day. Very satisfying last day in Anchorage. Finished evening doing laundry, packing souvenirs, and sleeping ...
... claw (similar to a Sally Lunn but with cream cheese & almonds inside). The coffee was huge, but I was in the cafe for a couple of hours so needed it (though had to get it nuked after a while to heat it up!).
I carried on my ambling around downtown, it is such a pretty central city with flowers & gardens all over. When I went into a bank I was told that there is a big clean up in the spring after all the snow & flowers are planted & looked after by the ...