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... of Kenai...wow...it is obvious that it's a big oil company town. Multilane, nicely paved real highways, new schools, lots of parks, and big box stores. Everything perfectly manicured. Not like the other small fishing villages we had visited with a layer of rust and rundown everything. The cliff of the White Beluga Overlook was the perfect place to watch the salmon run as the fish left the Cook Inlet for ...
Today we went to a fresh seafood market there we bought king salmon and king crab. We also found some Mexican coke in a bulk pack which is rare in Maryland. At REI we bought a hiking trail map for the chugach mountains and all of anchorage. The king salmon that we prepared was better than the sockeye ...
On the way back to the Visitor centre we take a paved path out to a rock outcrop which bears the scars of glacier action, then we take the lift up to the Visitor Centre, where we pay our $3 each, get a wrist band, and decide to spend some time rather than run for the bus. The Centre has some good exhibits on the glacier history, glacier dynamics, and, of course, Global Warming.
Back to boat for lunch, and can’t resist an hour’s sleep after ...
... of picked summer veggies, house made bread & flat bread with herb butter, Watermelon gazpacho (lovely), veggie corn lemon spatzle (excellent), and two desserts of Aleyska Bake and savory cheesecake -- all with a view of green mountains out full length windows as accompaniment with a Pouissely-fuisse. Very special birthday meal! Spectacular views on way down aerial team as well. Nice drive back into Anchorage with sun still in ...
... the bore tide roll in if you time it right. To your left are the 7 glaciers that Girdwood and Alyeska are known for. Mountains are everywhere. Our tram driver was telling us he skis down the 2,200ft slope in 4 minutes which is equivalent to 75 miles an hour. I would NEVER ski down from the top! We came back down and were taken to our 2 story penthouse suite! The views from the master bedroom are spectacular. Finally reaping the rewards of ...