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... leave two tightly packed cases with the hotel while we fly off on adventure no.2.
We may have arrived here talking of whales and bears, but the pre-occupation of the locals and the wildlife here is FISH. Wherever you are up this coast, there is no escaping the importance of salmon, herring, halibut and a few other species to the well being of man and animal here. And so we realised our trip centred on a view into the fishing techniques of cetaceans, carnivores and primates.
... less than $2.00 per night. Not bad eh?) We camped two nights there and got to see the fish wheels in action on the river, plus we took Doc on a beautiful ride to McCarthy on the old mining railway bed.
McCarthy is the old town outside of the Kennecott Copper Mine and Mill town that thrived from 1913 to 1938 when the mine closed. The history of the copper mines and the mill there ...
... fresh, nice art pieces and colors, and easy to get around. We all got checked in at the hotel (Residence Inn), then off for an early dinner. That's about it for the day. Didn't even take any photos today. Tomorrow, we explore the Anchorage ...
... I personally think he did that
on purposes. If you know Captain Freak Out like I do, if someone else is in
control he is Freaking out, he needs to just let it go, so any way we still
love him. We parked the rig and put in a movie and watched The Painted Hills,
staring Lassie. We finally got some shut eye at or around 3:00am and woke up to
some great smelling coffee at 10:45am. We could have slept longer but since
Josh beat me and Chris to bed by an hour or ...
... in the Arctic. They are fast and easy to use and it’s easy to see why they replaced dog sleds as transport, -- and are the coolest recreational toy around. Urbanites can park one in their garage - something not possible with a dozen or more barking sled dogs. They fulfilled my basic human needs for speed, thrills and instant gratification. As a new experience, the appeal of a snow mobile was equal to the dog sled but profoundly different. I’d take either one again in a ...