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Got a 6am flight to Anchorage this morning. Flying over the Rockies was amazing! The mountains were beautiful and the cloud cover was magical. Saw the Captain Cook Memorial. Went to the Anchorage Museum. Was very fascinated by the Eskimo and the Indigenous cultures of Alaska. Had wild Alaskan salmon for dinner which was very ...
... until 8:00 p.m. We know, because it rolled in just as we were coming out of dinner. (Our hotel is across the street from the railroad station.) Kind of cool--we've seen it at both ends, coming and going.
Dinner at a restaurant called The Bridge. This is because it IS a bridge. It is also about one minute walk from our hotel. Service was mediocre, but food was quite good. I'd recommend it--but not as highly as the fish tacos at Creekside Cabins!
... all week and we were really looking forward to it. The five of us (Erin, Tim, Jonathan, Katie and Melanie) all went to dinner and a movie at the Bear Tooth Theatrepub. Erin had often reminisced about the great times she had there, and so it was great for Tim and Melanie to experience it too. Jonathan had bought tickets earlier in the week for the movie and in addition he reserved booths for our ...
... made it just greasy enough to not head out anywhere.
After some coordinating texts with David Fobes, we arranged for the rental car return and David picked us up at the airport. From there we went to the Sea Galley Restaurant for dinner. David is my sister in law Kristy's brother. He's been living in Anchorage for a few years now. He's from Lodi, my hometown, and now is a partner in a fire restoration company with a man he met in a bar up ...
... you need to click each picture individually, not as a “slideshow”). And, since I’ve been running behind with my postings, and I have internet access today, I’m going to post again shortly to tell you about our trip to Anchorage and how we found Otter Lake, which is where my dad conducted some training while he was stationed in Alaska (the Aleutian Islands) during World War II.
Bye bye for now!
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