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We got up at 4:30 to pouring down rain. I got Miss Pat and the dogs into the truck, and started closing up RV and got hooked up. We drove the short one mile trhu town to the ferry terminal. We checked in and waited our turn. We drove onto the Aurora for our trip to Whittier. After another good breakfast in the cafeteria, we found seats ...
... saw the ceremonial starting point of the Iditarod and looked in the shops eventually heading back to the hotel to organize a bit.
Anchorage had a fair amount of tourists mingling around as there was a cruise ship docked. Originally I had wanted to go to the weekend market, but with flight changes I thought would be too late to go then decided after the trolley that it really was too late.
We decided on the SnowGoose for dinner as ...
... inspired cafe called "Yak and Yeti". We both enjoyed it.
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Saturday - Brent is still under the weather so we didn't spread our germs to our church family.
We had a late lunch at a cafe called "Snow City". Trendy ...
... snow capped mountains. We had lunch at the Sizzlin Cafe. We had a choice of sandwiches or wraps. We could also have salad and a cookie. All the delegates were very well behaved. After lunch we went to a park along the Cook Inlet. We enjoyed the view and played a few team building games. Everyone burned off some steam and met some new friends. From the park, we headed to the Alaska Native Heritage Center. On our way, Ms. Nita spotted a ...
Today is our last day. We will spend the day close to Anchorage. The zoo sounds like a relaxing way to spend the final day here. This zoo is unique in that most of the animals here have been rescued and are likely to spend the rest of their lives ...