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Set off for our return trip to Anchorage at 9am with very wet weather, so the forecast from a couple of days ago looked correct. So glad we did the plane flight when we did as it's doubtful any flights would go today. Did a couple of stops at the Denali View lookouts but you couldn't see much because of the conditions. Ended up getting to Anchorage a bit earlier than expected.
Two people ...
... of the courtesy coaches, and picked up our rental car - a large Chevy SUV which hopefully will fit all the luggage for the four of us. Drove back to downtown, picked up Mandy and our luggage, and headed off in search of our motel. We received a very friendly welcome as Australia was the receptionist's favourite country, though later it transpired that Australia was the country where her favourite kid's show is set, and she'd never actually been there.
After settling ...
After a big night celebrating Craig's win, we had to get up reasonably early to disembark in Seward Alaska. We then boarded a coach for the most scenic 2 1/2 hour bus ride into Anchorage. We came through some amazing snow capped mountains, ...
We are going to put in a bit of traveling tonight. Our plan is to call it quits on roadside inn. Before we got to our destination Captain Freak Out needed to cook us a gourmet meal on roadside.... it was awesome, scallops, spotted shrimp "THE BEST", salad and asparagus. this was a roadside first for me.
We finally stopped the rig
at 2:45am in a rest area, We would’ve kept going, but our Captain Freak Out won’t
let anyone else drive because we ...
... br> I’ve also has the chance to get out on country with some great field trips. In August, Ilse and I spent two weeks in Barrow, Alaska inside the Arctic Circle working with Professor Craig Tweedie’s team (University of Texas, El Paso) measuring the impacts of climate change in coastal erosion (nearly two metres of tundra coastline is lost annually) and the impacts of permafrost thawing. While there I gave lectures at the Ilisagvik College ...