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... 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
... the delights of modern technology. Day 3 was a bright sunny blue sky day and we took off toward home along the newly opened Overland Trail with heart-achingly beautiful views of the snow-capped peaks of the Alaska Range all around us. Even the elusive Denali, the third highest mountain in the world and usually obscured by clouds, made an extended cameo appearance. Being the first through the overland trail afforded us untrammelled access to miles of deep snow covered ...
... the demonstration, we went into the indoor theatre where Jeff King spoke about living in Alaska, his dogs and running the Iditarod. He also showed us his sled and some of the equipment he uses. He was a great speaker, and the talk was funny and informative.
After the talk and some time for questions, there was the usual shopping opportunity (as one of our bus driver-guides said, its Alaskan State Law that no visitor should be more than 100 feet from ...