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... the water and into the air. All of team managed to stay in the boat as it
landed in the pool below.
As we got out of the boat there was lunch set up on a table.
We ate a lot before we all went home.
Back at the hostel I had a nice worm shower. For
the rest of the day I decide to relax at home.
The day ended with a nice roast lamb for dinner and a bit of cheese cake for dessert. ...
... to spec, we’re ready to head off onto the unknowns on 135 miles of the Old Denali Highway.
The town of Cantwell is mostly invisible, down narrow "streets" through the scrub - has a few cabins and a school, but no obvious Library (for internet). The first three miles is sealed, and we pass lakes and watercourses with a number of fishermen trying their luck. We carry on to the unsealed section of the highway, and even though most of the loose items in the van ...
... a lifer & vagabond and made for a good conversationalist. They assured us the weather was going to be alright, and they were right. While it wasn't summery, we couldn't complain given we were going kayaking in early September in Alaska. The first portion of the trip was on a water taxi to where the kayaks were stored. A couple other kayaking companies used the same water taxi, and the water taxi was also taking folks to a remote lodge, so there were easily 15 ...
I know this isn't the proper forum to voice this, but I really need to address this situation. I have found another guy who showed up here on our trip and I have been with him a lot. He holds my hands and is especially attentive at night. I can't seem to get him out of my mind. I know that Nick and I have been together for so long and we have a history, but this man has taken hold of me like no other. ...
... summer was bleeding away and that the delights of Anchorage city were also accessible in colder times – while sea kayaking, halibut fishing and midnight rambling under a hot Alaskan sun were not - we grabbed a rent-a-wreck and ran away to Homer for an extended weekend. My new work colleagues were out enjoying summer and office was empty so a few days in the sun exploring key Alaskan resource management issues seemed like a sound investment.