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... on the way out. The cubs are frolicking and mock fighting. Further on, at a place of loose rock slopes, at 16.05 we see a pika, a small, rabbit-like animal, grey with a dark collar, and Murray manages to get him in focus by sheer luck.
Our major sighting of the day occurs at 16.10, with what turns out to be a male and female mature bear going through a courting ritual. They are on the road, and we are the first vehicle to reach them, so we get a really good look. ...
... drive from the city. Our flight to Manchester via Reykjavik was on time, and as it wasn’t raining, we saw Alaska from the air for the first time.
We had great views of the landscape for quite a bit of the flight, including Fairbanks & the Chena River. The sun dropped gradually over the barren wastes of northern Canada, highlighting the marvellous ice floes of Greenland (followed swiftly by ...
... Pacific crossing. Our plan for the following days also started to unfold. We decided to drive out to Seward the following morning in order to see a glacier and do some kayaking. Johannes also decided on a seaplane flight to do some bear at hinge on the day after we were to get back from Seward. This would all work perfectly as long as we could get Maggie squared away. Fortunately, it turned out we parked right next to Pratt Aviation and they came recommended to us ...
... of the day at the Anchorage museum, which is a very nice museum. I was glad we went at the end of the trip, because much of the art depicts places we’ve now been, and many of the other exhibits pertain to things we’ve heard about—the Tlingit, the Russian era, and so on. The exhibits are somewhat out of date—the Exxon Valdez incident, for example, is described as having occurred 10 years ago, but we enjoyed ...
... for us to enjoy. The pizza was amazing! Ordering was tough because there were so many creative combinations, but it may not have mattered because it was just so delicious. This place is a real institution in the community. Also, Tim was completely amazed at the organization and concept of their business.
On a side note: we attended the 5:30 showing, and when we were done, we saw the ...
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