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... sausage, and drank Alaskan Amber Ale. With the exception of Red Robin, we ate at non-franchise local restaurants the whole time. Favorites were Moose's Tooth in Anchorage and Double Musky in Girdwood.
We stayed in different lodgings from a rustic cottage right on Seward's Resurrection Bay to a nearly full service backcountry lodge in Denali National Park.
We hiked on all types of terrain and weather conditions: hard gravel trails, up/down mountainsides, on ...
... Ellen almost made it, and Sherry and I bailed not far from the 1 mile mark when the steeper section became evident.
After the hike, food was the agenda so we headed to Moose's Tooth Pizza. It seems to be a popular place with both locals and tourists. We had good service and very good food and reasonable prices so we were happy and ready to go on.
We headed to downtown Anchorage, first to the Ulu ...
... weekend camping adventure in Homer, five hours south of Anchorage.
Tess, Ryan, Jeff, Dawson the shepherd husky mix and I departed Anchorage at 7pm with the sun still high in the sky and drove to the Russian River where we would fish Sockeye salmon for several hours before continuing on to Homer. Sadly we didn't catch any fish but we did enjoy watching the salmon run and playing with Dawson on the beach. I was a little overwhelmed by the crowd of people casting lines in such ...
We are going to put in a bit of traveling tonight. Our plan is to call it quits on roadside inn. Before we got to our destination Captain Freak Out needed to cook us a gourmet meal on roadside.... it was awesome, scallops, spotted shrimp "THE BEST", salad and asparagus. this was a roadside first for me.
We finally stopped the rig
at 2:45am in a rest area, We would’ve kept going, but our Captain Freak Out won’t
let anyone else drive because we ...
... your dogs.
On day two we head off for a 70 mile round trip to a lodge on Clear Lake but an ice fog has descended, limiting visibility and requiring regular stops to scrape off the opaque ice coating that forms on our goggles. We take a break at the Skwentna Post office, one of the remoter mailing addresses in Alaska, and mail a post card back to Darwin. Swentna PO serves a surrounding community of hardy homesteaders, whose cabins we passed on our journey in, as ...