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... sections with dense forest each side of the river, and a series of tree, river and mountain views all the way to Cantwell, where the Old Denali Highway we will be taking in a couple of days, branches off to the East. With some difficulty, and help from the operator, we sort out the credit card petrol pre-payment method. Find Murray's card isn't crook, just inserted the wrong way, and the pump isn't crook, just needs the lever lifted after removing the nozzle from the ...
We turned Minnie in this morning and left for the Anchorage Airport! Checked in for our 4:00 PM flight at 10:: AM!!! So here we are plugged in and doing those things you do when having a long wait for a flight.
No photos today and I will probably have some final thoughts in a few days. For now, it is looking at a flight to Seattle, 3 hr layover, flight to Atlanta, 2 hour layover and then on to Tampa. Somehow the trip home will not be as much fun as getting up here was!!
We arranged for a late checkout (1 p.m.) and walked to the Snow City Cafe for breakfast (read about it on Trip Advisor). It was good but way overrated from what I'd read on Trip Advisor. We decided that, since we hadn't seen ANY moose or bear our entire trip, that we would go to the Anchorage Zoo. So, that's how we spent our last day in Alaska. It was a very small zoo, but nice just the same. We ...
... and an Ulu factory. I go on a brew pub crawl, starting with a bus ride to the Mangy Moose, bus ride back into town to the Snow goose, and finally, on to Glacier Brewing.
Barb and I both get in a nap before meeting Mike and Laura at Humpy's for a farewell dinner. Humpy's is an institution in Anchorage at this point with fifty beers on tap and delicious food with huge portions. We sleep well in the Guesthouse Inn, our last night on the road...
... the runway and hanger for numerous float planes
To continue our adventures spirit we headed to the hills for an amazing aerial view
and the surrounding mountain ranges. The salmon were also running and our campground
was near Ship Creek, the local fishing spot.
Not to far south of Anchorage
is an area called Turnagain Arm and just east of that is Portage ...