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... silver salmon, on their relatively short, seven mile journey from Resurrection Bay.
Our last stop on the Kenai was Hope, which I'd looked across to as we started our journey along the Seward Highway over two weeks earlier, while Nigel was struggling with and cursing the heavy traffic. Driving this side of ...
... ended up with a small chicken Caesar and a bowl of salmon chowder. Problem was the chowder had run out, and would take another hour or so to cook a new batch, so we settled in for a second drink and tried the large oysters the other couple were eating. At $3 a piece, we settled for 4, pretty chewy, but quite tasty.
The bar conversation was loud, there were three or four TV's running, and a live band with an over -zealous drummer, so conversation was pretty ...
We've arrived! Elizabeth had 4 teenage boys lined up to unload, so the whole RV got unloaded in 1 1/2 hours. Tomorrow we head down to Seward for a Cruise into Resurrection Bay and then camp out there so that we can all enjoy ONE night on the totally emptied out RV. We're all really looking forward to it (and Elizabeth's housemate, Kate, is joining us as well).
We slept in this morning and had a nice leisurely breakfast at ...
... and OK they knew what he wanted. Amazing! And off we went rolling briskly through a lovely wooded area for about 2 miles. SOOOO much fun. Afterward we were able to hold little month old pups. Adorable. A wonderful experience. Had lunch in Seward and then drove out to Exit Glacier. We were able to hike up near enough to get a good view of it. Also posted along the way were years in which the glacier had coverd the land to the point of the date. The hastening which ...
... Even though it's the tourist season the city streets & coffee shops (of which there are masses) are by no means packed.
I eventually got to Laura Wrights Parkys to meet a friend of Tanya's at 3pm ie several hours after I had intended. Sheila's grandmother was Laura Wright & she started sewing parkas in 1947 & Sheila bought the business in 1985. They have made parkys for many famous people over the years such as: Elvis Presley, Burl Ives and Willie ...