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... then headed back to the house. Steve and the boys took a bike ride in the rain. By the time they got home the rain was really letting up. And by the time Jessie and Jeff got there for dinner there were bright blue skies and it was warm. It was gorgeous! Nolan and Evan came over and the 4 boys (and Duke) played outside for a few hours. It was a great day to end our time in ...
... for $6. Next stop was Lowe's in Anchorage to get a shovel. Got it...not as good of a deal as the pans but still under ten bucks.
After much discussion, we settled on finding the right creek on the Knik River Road. We wanted one that was glacial fed with rounded pebbles, a couple of larger boulders, babbling, maybe a culvert, and gold nuggets laying right on top. I found it. It was perfect. I jumped out of the truck and walked, ...
... off of the mountain...not feeling 100% safe here with visions of mudslides and the Night of Terror campground we saw in Montana. We walked in the cold wetness to the Arbor Inn for fish dinner. The fish was good and we ran in to some folks who were also in the area on vacation. We compared notes of where we had been and what we had done so far. I had planned on walking around in the cute harbor shops but there weren't ...
... to see the bore tide out in Tur****n Arm a few miles away. Apparently, Alaska bore tides are the largest in the world. During certain moon phases, it is larger than others. When the tide changes, it creates a visible wave. We parked at a pullout view point along the road with many others and waited. A few brave souls went out to the water on paddleboards to ride it. You could see it coming and it was interesting to watch. They said it is moving about 20 mph.
A nice end to a busy, fun ...
... the weather for the barbecue, and the next day was hot and sunny along the Taylor Highway to Tok (rhymes with poke). We passed miles of dead trees and regenerating vegetation from the Taylor Complex fires of 2004, which burned 1.3 million acres. Alaska experiences fires every year but 2004 was exceptional with a total of 707 throughout the state and over 6 million acres of burn .