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... br> After lunch we went out and did some more wildlife watching. We spied a bald eagle and a young bald eagle and then it was back to the bears...There were so many bears I lost count and to think I was thinking we had left it to late but the guy from the lodge said September is the best month to come so we jagged it.
We came into dock at about 1645 and warmed up again before the float plane came and picked us up. We had ...
... but then the old lady in the wheelchair would have got our spot...
It did not seem phased and wandered off in the rain with her camera...
She kept in the distance pretending to be interested in yet more bronzes...
Coach finally arrived, did not have wheelchair access so I had stood in the rain for nothing...
Our first day in Anchorage was spent doing shopping and other chores. We went to Costco and Lowes for supplies. I thought I had the roof repaired before we left, but a leak developed and in turn a ceiling stain. I was able to stop the leak and clean up the stain for now.
Our campground is the Municipal Campground and has very large spaces with trees and a moose with two ...
... Captain Freak Out was kind enough to stop and let me
take some pictures of the Upper Kenai, in Cooper Landing. You know it is really
nice to have two guys who have traveled this area several times and hear about
some of their hunting and fishing stories makes me want more time out here and
extend our trip. They have done a lot out here and I can see why. It truly is a
sight to see. The scenery changes so much so fast. I’m really enjoying sightseeing
... rush of 1897. Located on the Cook Inlet this town suffered the same effects as other low-lying towns during the 1964 earthquake when actual land sunk some 4 to 8 feet.
We met a woman at the Hope Museum-a collection of buildings representing the times of the past. One room school house, blacksmith shop, several homes, etc. She came to Alaska 30 years ago and settled in hope. I’m not sure how many years ...