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Travel Blogs from Anchorage
We get to the location of witch there was a cafe on the edge of the river. The bears where in the river on the arrival catching the fresh salmon jumping up the water fall.
We had lunch on the waters edge watching the bears. The bears where fascinating as they all ways new when the salmon would jump and with direction they jumped in. ...
... the hotel, which I have forgotten its name, but I am sure there aren’t a lot of hotels there.
We got talking to two guys who were all dressed up in camouflage gear. They had been out hunting but didn't catch anything. They didn't really want to shoot anything as they didn't want the meat, although they did say moose was a really good feed. They were camping and had carpet on the floor and a big tent. They called it "glamping".
Our RV Park is just on the edge of Anchorage ...
... Friday earthquake (which destroyed a the town of Portage!) and more wildlife facts (rams and beluga whales! Captain Cook!).
The Australians were on the same bus but we didn't really hang out. So were the people from the disco. Didn't hang out with them either.
I feel like I'm still on the boat. I can feel swaying under my feet and under my rear when I'm sitting. I wonder if I look like I'm drunk when I walk around. Probably.
... the main road, plus black-and-white ducks, brown ducks, and possibly a loon. While we are watching the birds we check out a fancy low-profile caravan, of the pop-top style, but this one stretches as well as pops the top. In the folded condition, it looks exactly like a dog-kennel trailer. We stop at a lot of lakes, checking out bird life and beaver dams and lodges, but detect no beavers. Descending to the Maclaren River bridge (mile 93) we can see a strange three storey ...
It was raining when I left Main Street motel & went in search of the old town of Kenai - it didn't seem to be easy to find but I eventually found it after wasting precious time going round in circles! As i was taking a photo of the Manse in Kenai the vicar spoke to me & was surprised when I said I had to be in Anchorage by 9.30am, ie, 2 hours later.
It wasn't long before I was driving through Cooper Landing again & being such a popular fishing ...