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So we got up at 3:45am this morning so we could make the hour trip to the airport. The Delta lady who was in charge of boarding us, seemed clueless. Several times she referred to our flight as " to California" I hate to nit pick, but LAX isn't the only airport in California. She also yelled at the passengers in the gate after a person or two decided to board the plane without her scanning their boarding passes.
We were on a smallish plane, typical out of MCI, it was 2 and ...
... people in hundreds of tents, RVs and motorhomes of every definition congregate. Yes, they are determined to extract every last cent from your pocket, and prices are steep, but getting up at 7am and sitting on your camp seat on the edge of the bay watching the pink sunrise on the snow peaked mountains is just ridiculously amazing.
And that's just what we did. Got up early and wandered around the shore of the bay in the crisp morning air, before heading to ...
... not knowing where it was had been worrying me.
Up in our room we checked its contents, and did some photo downloading. Then we went to the 8pm showing of Aurora. This was a documentary to start with and then time lapse photography of Aurora over 20 years. Wow. There were some awesome images.
Back to the hotel. Planned our next day for the Alaska Zoo – there is a free shuttle from the visitor centre. Then it was time for ...
As the author of the 'view from the front porch' I’ve been delighted that my eclectic epistle about life in Alaska has received positive responses from so many readers. It’s a labour of love and an incentive to indulge in creative writing beyond what I normally invest in project reports to government agencies, universities and the like. Necessarily, I’ve written about travels and experiences as the minutiae of office activity would be boring ...
... here were homesteaded by farmers from Minnesota in 1935.
The rest of the trip into Anchorage continued to be beautiful ad interesting. Alaska is incredible! My hotel was located a few blocks uphill from the station so I collected my luggage, walked there, and was in bed by 9:00 - - all my running out to observation deck to take photos simply pooped my out and I had to leave for the train station to start the next leg of my journey to Seward by 5:45 am the next morning!