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We woke up early to a light drizzle. We were going to Denali National Park in hopes of seeing Mt. McKinley. The weather was too bad and we could not see very much. We did look around the Visitor Center and I suggested Karen to go see the Sled Dogs Kennel. It is by the Park's HQ. We started driving up the mountain… and I missed the turn for the kennel. After a few minutes, I figured out the error of my ways. ...
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Tess, Ryan, Jeff, Dawson the shepherd husky mix and I departed Anchorage at 7pm with the sun still high in the sky and drove to the Russian River where we would fish Sockeye salmon for several hours before continuing on to Homer. Sadly we didn't catch any fish but we did enjoy watching the salmon run and playing with Dawson on the beach. I was a little overwhelmed by the crowd of people casting lines in such ...
... following your dreams and not giving up! We then boarded our coach. By the way, Tina is our driver. She took us around Anchorage. In downtown, we got off the bus and walked down toward Cook Inlet and got on a nature trail. Tina picked us up a couple of miles later. During our tour, we saw the largest Floatplane Airport in the world. We even saw a plane land on the water. We have enjoyed the scenery as we tour this beautiful town. I ...
... 2pm) and it’s a bit early for a drink, so we take a couple of photos and leave. Dianne wanted to get some photos of the bar, which included the clientele, but Murray was interested more in protecting their privacy and his own nose, and declined. We set a long course back to the hire company via service stations which fill propane bottles. The first one is on the wrong side of a rather large road, and the second one could have been reached on a much shorter course.
... according to Brandon our ever-positive guide, is that if you find yourself fast approaching a hazard, accelerate. The faster you go the more the machine ‘floats’ above the ground and with enough power and the right angle, a snow mobile can get across overflow and even traverse open water. In fact in summer, Alaskans hold competitions to see who can cross open water (check out http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fzyxl0VO _1E). If you are concerned that ...