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... herd of Alaskan Elk that were scheduled to be released back into the wild. My favorite were the Lynx sisters. These two female Lynx were found abandoned in a forest fire when they were just a couple of months old. The fireman who rescued them tucked them into his backpack and brought them to the center. Because Lynx kittens stay with their mothers for almost 9 months to learn how to survive in the wild, these have been living at the center ever since ...
... went off-trail, through creeks, and on the snow.
In the wild, we saw moose, black bears, brown bears, grizzly bears, ALOT of caribou, puffins, Dall sheep, Dall porpoises, humpback whales, harbor seals, Steller sea lions, and more.
Our number one best day by all was our salmon fishing/bear viewing day, despite the constant rain and cold and the cancellation of our original trip.
Our next favorite days aligned with the three new National Parks we ...
... the tide will rise and fall up to 26 feet! Anchorage is so charming. It isn't a particularly large downtown to hold its 300,000 residents, but it has several restaurants and breweries and a plethora of kitschy souvenir shops. Regardless, I was mesmerized. Anchorage is sandwiched between the Cook Inlet to the south and mountains to the north, east and west; needless to say, there is not a bad view to be had.
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... the night as well, which also means Murray can have a drink. Settle in for a meal at the restaurant, and Murray orders a big beer, then decides he had better park the van properly in the bay before having the beer, as the hire company takes drink driving very seriously. After parking, we return to the restaurant, have a pretty good meal, pay $20 for what is basically a parking spot (and we’re the only ones there), go for a walk along the highway for closer, less ...
... Not too noticeable inside though. In the morning a short meeting was held for our group to advise us of arrangements for disembarking tomorrow. The cases to be left in passage by 7pm, to be stowed away, then to be picked up by each of us on the platform at Seward to be then placed on the Coach for travel to Anchorage. Our last lunch in the Lido room, was shared with a couple from Whyalla, who joined us ...