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Anchorage is Alaska’s big city. It is where we visited a world class museum with an exhibit on Alaska
Aviation Pioneers. Anchorage was also a festive place as we attended the Salmon
Daze Festival, The Governors’ Picnic and the Saturday Outdoor Market all in one
While Anchorage has a large international airport, close by is
Lake Hood. A unique airport on a lake that ...
Our first night in Anchorage was spent with a young couple, Harlow and Gina, whom we met while working at Aspen Highlands in 1994. They have since moved back to AK, married, built a beautiful house and had 2 delightful boys. We enjoyed catching up with them over a delicious salmon dinner and then spent the night in their guest space above the garage. The rain on the roof lulled us to sleep. Driving out in the morning, we saw the ...
... patched with snow and one or two glaciers. We continued through the Chugach National Forest to Portage Lake where we boarded the MV Ptarmigan (national bird of Alaska) for a cruise to the terminal of Portage Glacier. The water is a dull, grey colour due to the suspension of glacial silt. This prevents the sun from penetrating and so the lake is devoid of life. It was hard to believe that only a few weeks ago, the lake was ...
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... the city. We wandered as far as the little tourist office in town where we noticed trolley cars were running doing a tour of the city, so while we waited for the next departure we got some recommendations of places to stop nearby on our road trips north to Denali and south to Kenai peninsula.
The trolley tour was really good, our tour guide was a lady who had moved to Alaska for a summer in her youth, met her husband and never left. Apparently there are two things ...