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On Monday I got the rig serviced and had a nice lunch with a family friend of Kerry's, Sousada. She took me down to Potter Marsh to check out the salmon along the boardwalk which stretched out a long way. We had a good chat about a range of subjects and she dispelled the myth about there being no attractive ...
We packed up camp on a very cloudy 7 am morning and headed to town to get a few supplies we had forgotten, as well as a quick bite just as the rain came. Not seeing the point to cross the inlet in the rain to an unfamiliar camping location at the base of a glacier, we delayed the taxi until noon in hopes the rain would stop. This gave us time to visit Two Sisters bakery, a home-turned-restaurant that ...
Yesterday was spent unpacking and organizing. We did go out to a FABULOUS dinner at the Glacier Brewing Company in downtown Anchorage and had some of the most amazing seafood I can remember. The halibut was incredible!
Elizabeth worked today so Joe and I did some computer work before heading out to do a hike and run some errands to help with things at the house. The weather was not ...
... in human endeavour where, back in 1925 dog teams raced 674 miles in 127 hrs across high mountain ranges and frozen tundra to get the diphtheria vaccine to Nome where the epidemic threatened to wipe out the local population. The vaccine, fragile enough in the glass vials, also had to be kept unfrozen - no mean feat in temperatures as low as -50C. Attempts to deliver by aircraft failed because of storms and mechanical problems, snow mobiles were some 30 years in ...
... marshy areas are beginning to turn as well -- I think they are on permafrost that is what prevents the water from draining. It’s prime moose-viewing area but no luck.
Mile after mile with only minimal signs of human habitation. The views are nice but not spectacular. It is cloudy and drizzling in the low 40s.
At Nenana (297mi from Anchorage), I saw two fish wheels on Nenana River below the bridge. Not far from there, we passed where the Tannana River joins ...