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... art galleries & museums & staying in whatever accommodation you like. The first part of the town (probably classed as a city as it has 5000 people) as you come down Sterling Highway into the town was ok, it catered for the tourists but wasn't spoilt in my opinion. The Spit, which juts 4.5 miles out into Kachemak Bay, was another thing altogether, it wasn't anything to do with the commercial fishing as that is the town's natural economy but the tourism at the end of ...
... went to the Windjammer for lunch and later had dinner in the Chops Grille, one of the specialty restaurants on board. Excellent steaks! Evening entertainment was a comedian who plays Las Vegas. Pretty funny. This was the first of our "kick back" days so was enjoyed. See you tomorrow. Oh, we are in international waters until Sunday so no Internet to post today or tomorrow's blog. Sorry. Will post in Juneau on ...
... way to have to have a delicious lunch. We reached Soldotna and did some shopping (new hiking boots! Yay!) and then settled down in "Klondike" RV park and finished cooking, cleaning and preparing for Shabbat. Of course Shabbat here only starts at ten-ish so we had a lot of time to prepare a great homey meal. Shabbat ...
... wet a hook. No salmon run….shucks. After sandwiches, beer and several hours of futile effort, we head back down the river. No luck today, but Mike promises us a drift trip towards the end of the week. It was a beautiful few hours on the river.
It doesn’t really get dark in Alaska during the summer, so we decide to head down the road towards Seward. We find the Skilak Lake Wildlife Area and ...
... bend. I will let the pictures tell the story.
We have had sunny, warm and blue skies this whole trip until today. We have liquid sunshine, but we rejoice in our time together. Tomorrow Jim will join his brother in law Bob to go fishing. The other two jays will hang around the Kenai peninsula.
I have learned a lot this trip. Let me share a few wisdoms:
1) Always travel with quarters. They are needed for laundry ...
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