Moose Den Bed & Breakfast
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... stay, usually adjacent to a lake or beside a stream - for free of course.
Our touring will take on a different dimension tomorrow when we meet up with Dave's daughter Megan & family who have hired a second RV so we can tour together for the next 3 weeks. Touring with kids will add a different perspective...
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... of us got TSA pre-check, so we sailed through security, even Jeff's fishing pole didn't raise a stink. Had our traditional airport breakfast of cheesy scrambled eggs, cheesy grits & bacon. I was already salivating for our upcoming Alaskan halibut dinner. Unfortunately, the flight to Seattle went out full & the second flight went out with Delta paying passengers for their seats. My Alaskan halibut dinner was already doomed!
... to over 20 species. The zoo was really fun and taught me more about these different types of animals. We then took dad to a restaurant that we went to before called Moose Tooth. After that the whole family took a hike up Flattop Mountain where we reached the second tier. After the descent we came home and my friend and I built a great fire for late night ...
After a big night celebrating Craig's win, we had to get up reasonably early to disembark in Seward Alaska. We then boarded a coach for the most scenic 2 1/2 hour bus ride into Anchorage. We came through some amazing snow capped mountains, ...
... br> We took the shared cycle/pedestrian path up along the creek, passing a lot of fishermen, crossing a weir, and continuing upstream, past a lot of what looked like railway or private property. Murray was in favour of turning back, but Dianne, ever optimistic, wanted to carry on to find a road connection back to town. We came upon a metal bridge over a small channel opening up into a sizeable pond, and Murray stopped to take photos of a mother duck and her single ...