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... to the train.
The train passed through Wasilla, made famous by Sarah Palin. We didn't see Russia and we also missed the Wasilla train station. (We were going to take a picture). We did spot some strip malls with the typical fast food restaurants. Also, a Chinese Restaurant had an interesting name Pe King. We know they probably named it after Beijing, but we thought could have picked a better name.
Tomorrow we leave for ...
... around the fact that some 99% of the world doesn't have a zip code.
Anyway, we finally got on the road, and headed up the highway back to Anchorage stopping every so often to take in the views along the Turnagain Arm. It's all a bit incestuous. Captain James Cook arrived in 1778 looking for the Northwest Passage. In Cook's expedition was George Vancouver who came back on his own expedition in 1794 and named the inlet 'Cooks Inlet'. Also on Cook's voyage ...
... of pictures to sort through. We're really happy that we had good (or good enough) weather to do everything we wanted, and the fact that we could see Mt McKinley on three of the four days we were in that area is remarkable. We'll enjoy (?) one final night on an airplane and breakfast in the Denver airport. It will be good to spend Tuesday night in our own ...
... the Glenn Hwy on into Anchorage on a four to six lane road and over the Matanuska, Knik, and Eagle Rivers. We finally found the Comfort Inn at Ship Creek which would take dogs and was not full for the two nights we wanted. Ship Creek is the urban fishing hole for folks from Anchorage and at dinner that night at Bridge Seafood, both sides of the creek were filled with fisherman because the king salmon were just starting to come ...
... conversations with local environmental organisations including the Alaska Centre for the Environment, The Great Land Trust and local tribal organisations such as the Chickaloon Tribal Village.
One of my favourite invitations was talking to Grade 5 at the Rogers Park Elementary School, where, amongst a range of weighty topics, we discussed the important question of who would win in a fight between a bear and a crocodile. Given the ...