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After a farewell to the crew we disembarked in Juneau, had coffee stop with our new friends & made a visit to the fabric shop (of course). We left Juneau by plane for Anchorage where we met James who'd just arrived from Calgary. Had a great reunion & Facetime with Sarah back home in Brisbane for her birthday today. Spent our time in Anchorage exploring this unusual little city which is not really like anywhere we've been ...
... we camped on The Spit with the sound of the waves and wind almost drowning the noisy generator on our neighbours rig. Next day Nigel went fishing for Halibut and I took a nature cruise to Seldovia.
Later we ...
We slept in a little, and got a late start - BUT - we weren't in a burry today anyway. We drove by Ship Creek, where Anchorage was founded as a tent city during the Gold Rush. Current population is just under 300,000; and covers 1,961 square miles. There is everything you would expect in a big city including Lowes, Olive Garden, Target, Walgreens and Starbucks. Anchorage is known for its summer flowers and hanging baskets ...
... a hostel. The manager, Dave, finds our booking and makes us welcome, but cannot check us in till 2pm. He shows us the storage room, and we check in most of the baggage and head out to look at the town.
It is Saturday, so there is a fair bit of action in the town. We walk all the way to the railway area at the far west end of town, follow the edge of town around to the south, to the Captain Cook monument at Resolution Park, with views over the mudflats and the Cook ...
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That being said, cruising up to Alaska has been big on our bucket list. People always talked about the scenery. Going through the Inside Passage on a ship seemed like the only way to see Alaska. It was beautiful but not quite what I had in mind. I pictured a winter wonderland, not just snow capped mountains here and there. I thought icebergs would be floating around us, not just near the glaciers, and although we went pretty early ...