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So, I am back in Vermont but I recognized the need for a 'final' post especially since there is one whole last day that I haven't written about. I also now have reliable access to my phone, so I can include a few pictures in the previous posts (and in this one, that I previously could not).
On our last day, our host was extremely generous and lent us her bikes to get around ...
Steve and I woke up really early again - just can't seem to get our bodies adjusted to the time change yet - and went for a walk. Once the boys got up, it was another bike ride. They will really miss just getting on bikes and going once we leave here. Then we packed up and Charlyne dropped us off at Great Alaskan Holiday to get the RV. Checkout took a little longer than ...
... 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 ...
... to the airport to return the car with minutes to spare, and check in for our flights so we could lose our baggage. As we are waiting around for a midnight flight, Brendan and Rachel went to cloke their hand luggage so they wouldn't have to cart it around. You know that you are in Alaska! Along with the displayed list of rates for large luggage and small luggage was the rate for storing Moose Antlers ($16) and, if you were less successful, $7 for your gun.
... not knowing where it was had been worrying me.
Up in our room we checked its contents, and did some photo downloading. Then we went to the 8pm showing of Aurora. This was a documentary to start with and then time lapse photography of Aurora over 20 years. Wow. There were some awesome images.
Back to the hotel. Planned our next day for the Alaska Zoo – there is a free shuttle from the visitor centre. Then it was time for ...