Good Karma Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the Iditarod dog sled race begins. I found this interesting because I saw where the sled race ends in Nome Alaska last year. There is a statue of a dog sled and and sign to commemorate the race.
Whittier-I heard about this because it has a tunnel that goes through the side of a mountain and you have to pay $13 to go through this three mile tunnel. It take about 5 minutes to drive through. Whittier is really ...
Sometimes you get to the end of the day and you can't remember what happened at the beginning. We woke up to rain and miserable weather again. It rained all the way until we were nearly at our final destination. Now we are sitting in sunshine with the doors and windows of the "turtle truck" opened and it is 8 o’clock.
We have the best spot in the van park. We are the last van and we overlook Kachemak Bay, on the Kenai ...
... us when we return home. We kept out enough for dinner tomorrow night---that is what you call fresh fish!! We ate a late lunch and slept for 2+ hours. Fishing is hard work!! We have had a relaxing afternoon
catching up with emails, Facebook and resting. Today has been another new experience for us with this fishing and again I am so thankful for this Great Alaskan Adventure!!
... very “unkeepable” fish and then settle in for a long, frustrating, series of dropping line, losing bait, until finally, my second is on the line! I am done for the day!
When we land, I am off to the processor to send my 5 Lbs of Halibut home to Florida! Next Sunday, Chris and I will enjoy our Alaskan Halibut and toast our awesome adventure! Glad to be home with some lifetime memories!
Tomorrow we are moving on to an RV ...
... houses in what is now known as Earthquake Park in Anchorage.
Cook Inlet, of course, is named after the ubiquitous Captain Cook, who, doubtless still chuffed about discovering Australia, sailed to Alaska in 1788 in search of the elusive Northwest Passage through the Arctic Sea. Despite being over 180 miles long the inlet of course wasn’t the famed passage and Turnagain Arm was named by Cook’s Sailing Master after he was forced to "turn ...