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Here are our pictures from the train ride from Anchorage to Whittier.
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We had a beautiful train ride from Anchorage to Whittier. It was beautiful seeing all of the scenery. We got to Whittier around noon and enjoyed checking onto the boat and then walking the town of Whittier. The history in this town is interesting. It was built during WWII. Check out our pictures.
... 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 ...
... Our last port of call was Ketchikan, one of the rainiest spots in the Americas. So we started our Alaska trip in the rain and finished the same way. The best piece of advice we were given was to prepare for rain and anything else is a bonus.
The rain followed us to Australia as we arrived to unseasonal downpours. Luckily the sun is out now and all is well.
... 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, ...
... 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 ...