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... plane "airport" and the history of Anchorage which is a respectably large city of more than 300,000- 45% of Alaska's population.
Joanne cooked us a delicious halibut dinner! After dinner we drove to Flat Top Mountain overlook- maybe 2,000 Ft above Anchorage- Chugach mountains on one side of Anchorage below and beyond the Cook Inlet... beautiful setting.
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... sides in the back got a chance to take photos. We had to wait till they left the road before we could carry on up the park.
The whole tour was a twelve hour marathon of spotting game, taking photos, carrying on to the next game, stopping at Savage River Check Station, where the ranger came on board and gave us a pep talk, Savage River Campground and Trailhead, Sanctuary River campground, Teklanika River campground, Teklanika rest Area, Igloo Creek Camp ...
... short interludes of blue sky. Returning the bike to the rental company was a little sad as I had become quite attached to the bike that performed so reliable during the 7,500kms I travelled. Tomorrow is the highlight of the trip with Ineke's arrival, as I really looking forward to sharing the experiences with her. She has a shopping expedition into Los Angeles as she has about 10hrs to kill between ...
... potholes-turned-lakes from the Center. Had some delicious potroast soup. JK and I had dinner at home that night...Bon and Jerry ate at 5-Chairs after a hike. Saturday we set off early for Denali. Had lunch at the Wildflower Cafe in Talkeetna...simply wonderful salmon fish and chips for me. Got brief glimpses of snow-covered Mt. McKinley through the clouds as we drove on up to Denali. We arrived at around 5:30 at our McKinley Chalet Resort and ...
... there are three types of kennels. One type is just the dog on a lead with no enclosure. Pet at will. The second type is for dogs who get tired of having 400,000 people a year wandering through their bedrooms. They are outside on a lead, but enclosed with a rope. They can come up to the rope if they want to, and you can pet them when they do. The third set of dogs are inside actual chain link fences on concrete pads. This is because (no ...