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... br> Finished watching Lone Survivor on this leg of the journey. All the pics at the end of the move made me tear up.
What can I say, just amazing, thrilling views!!!
So overcast and rainy when touched down, sorta reminded me of home :-)
So, we had some time to kill before our 4pm RV orientation appointment with Great Alaskan Holidays, so we grabbed a bite ...
... of the Paxson Lake, looking over it to a wide valley of thick pine tree cover, then to snowy mountains.
We stop at a large parking space over the lake and valley for photos and a look at a camper with an Australian sign on it. We take photos then approach the camper and hail the occupants. An Australian man answers the door and we chat for a while, until the mosquitoes drive us all inside their camper. The camper is simple, but very neatly kept, and seems to ...
... train at a flag stop along the way. She was convinced Crystal was drunk! It sure did explain her erratic behavior! We all kind of giggled as staff tried to make contact through the door.
The conductor finally showed up demanding she open the door. I think when they were talking drastic means to get the door open, she finally emerged. She was clearly drunk! She sat in the back seat and moaned and ...
... going out and the swift moving water coming in can create a wave up to 5
feet high. It is really something to see, along with the Alaskan surfers that
wait all month long to ride this large single wave that goes for miles.
While Barb cannot hike yet, she can paddle. We took advantage of that at Portage Lake and kayaked 1 1/2miles to a beach
area across from Portage Glacier. It was a ...
... in Nikolaevsk, a village of Russian Orthodox Old Believers around 20 miles from Homer. Nikolaevsk was settled in 1968 by five families whose ancestors fled Russia some 400 years earlier to escape religious persecution. They believed that Russian Orthodoxy had strayed from the straight and narrow and their descendants, the "Old Believers" continue to practice a form of Russian Orthodoxy which preceded an attempted reconciliation between ...