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... Exon Valdez). It is also the gateway to Prince William Sound, so there is lots of boat tours there. The Marine Highway Ferry also picks up and drops off here.
I was hoping to get out to Kennakot Mines but I have to do more homework on that trip. Not sure if its open or not.
I met some girls from Oregon tonight. They have spent the last 50 days riding pushbikes to here. They are ...
... are so full of air they can't drown
-Bears get out of the way of wolverines
-Natives carried fire coals in something called punk that is a growth on a birch tree
-During the 1964 earthquake the dock area dropped 25 feet and the town 9 feet
-The earthquake was the second largest ever recorded on earth ever!
We woke to a sunny and warm morning. We were quick to leave our camp as we only had to unplug the electric. We were off again on the Al-Can highway. We continued at 30mph. We passed many beautiful lakes and lots of road construction! It took us 2 hours to go 45 miles! We stopped in Beaver Creek at Buckshot Betty's for breakfast. We were excited to hear that the road would improve as we went, especially after we reached Tok - 145 ...
... that obliged with spy hops and fin slaps. We were put ashore on the rocky beach of a small island that was littered with chunks of ice from washing machine size to car size. We arrived at low tide so some icebergs were stranded on the beach until the tide returned, while others still floated free in the water. We could look back to the mountains and face of the glacier 13 miles away. Such an unbelievable sight, and as the ...
... fish wheels, log shelters, the 1964 earthquake, and the Valdez oil spill. The Marie Whitney Museum was a unique collection of its named benefactor's gift shop memorabilia. There was everything from excellent stuffed mounts of most Alaskan mammals, lots of ivory carvings, beaded clothing, arrowheads, and gold rush paraphernalia. The overcast day turned sunny again but still cool and we spent the rest of the day uploading ...