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... station wagon with a mattress in the back and elk antlers zip-tied to the hood. I saw some very nice RVs and I saw some one-man tents...and it appeared that everyone was happy. Kids in short sleeved t-shirts and wellingtons were splashing and throwing stones in the water. There were campfires burning, people coasting along on bikes, families eating scoops of ice cream. It was a very relaxed atmosphere and I wasn't ...
... crafts influence came from. We had breakfast at the most interesting little place called The Roadhouse. It was a bakery, a family style restaurant and a bunk house. We walked in and found four seats at long tables with mismatched chairs and had our meal together with those sitting at the same table. We had some great conversations with everyone. Behind our table were rooms going off the hall with bunks for hikers and such needing a place to stay. They were ...
We left Homer still in sunshine. We passed the Anchor River, Deep Creek, Ninilchik River and the Kasilof River heading north. We followed the Kenai River through Cooper Landing and turned toward Anchorage at the Seward Hwy junction. We drove through the Alaskan Wildlife Conservation Center which we had visited eight years ago. It was much improved and shows a lot of new construction. This ...
... and see a small, colourful settlement off to port at 6pm. We enter into a narrower channel with tide races and see whale spouts, but no actual whale pieces. At 6.54pm Murray sights a strange bird which is hurrying away from the ship with a strange half-swimming, half-flying action, a bit like the steamboat ducks of the Falklands, but the bird looks more like a cormorant. We see more whale spouts and a definite dorsal fin sighting, last photo taken at 7.18pm, still ...
... State Park Naturalist presentations, which we joined before dinner about the 1964 earthquake which was very interesting, we didn’t know Alaska coastline was part of the Ring of Fire. There are over 1000 earthquakes a year, and currently there is 52 active volcanoes. The Naturalists also have nature walks of the native cultures, geology and ecology during the day. They do suggest to do the scheduled walks with Rangers because of the amount of Bears, Moose in the area for ...
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