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... lunch with Mom at Silver Gulch Brewery at Anchorage Airport that has been featured in Food Network by Guy Fieri. They brew their own beers and root beer and I didn't realize have some funky wine such as blueberry and honey fireweed! We had tomato beer-battered onion rings that were perfect warm, crispy, flaky and tasty! We had the Green Thumb pizza again fresh ...
... the tour to begin. This commenced inside a restored pub called Doc Maynards. Doc Maynard was one of the founding fathers in Seattle. He encouraged business growth and helped the town thrive. He was also a drunk and encouraged debauchery so it was appropriate we started in a bar. After an introduction to the tour and history of old town Seattle we got split into groups and headed for the stairs. The underground tour basically takes ...
Got to Anchorage and went to see one of our great nephews, Logan.
Just visited awhile and hope to hook up again later with both boys.
Raining hard and cold.
Decided to go where it might be abit warmer. Soldotna Ak.
Snow everywhere on our way down but thankfully not in Soldotna.
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... From there, down through the Adirondacks to Arlington. My one side trip will be up to Fort McMurray to visit the site of Canada's oil boom. Having visited Williston ND, I thought it would be fun to compare scenes. Canada has no freeways across the country, in the American sense. Its main highways are very similar to the US route 2 I took coming West.
My last dinner in Anchorage, at the ...