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Usually it is up and stressing by 06:00 on mornings we are to travel..
But today there was a free morning and the train was not till 14:00 or so..
I had the bright idea to catch an earlier coach and spend some time in what I thought would be a town of substance ( Talkeetna, or some such derivative of the spelling..). It was about an ...
... Whittier, we caught the "World-Class Wildlife and Glacier Cruise. While boarding, I met Travis from San Diego, who has been coming up here for 5 years as a deckhand. This tour gets three moose and two black bears. This was a really great trip. The views of the glaciers were astounding. We really lucked out with a clear day, which the captain said was one of three, this season. Also, I should ...
... where it would land and let them off. It sounds kind of risky to me, but a lot of them (all seemed to be from Minnesota) were going to do it.
In Wasilla, a town clearly oriented toward “manly” pursuits, I could see a dramatic range of mountains to the north (or maybe the west). The jagged peaks emerge from and then hide behind the clouds as we went along. The less impressive Talkeetna mountains have been running along to the East for a long time. ...
... away from Diana’s voice – I know I am a b….
The return journey was sunnier & the fog had lifted so we could see the tops of the Kenai & Chugach mountains, in addition to which the view of the Spencer Glacier was uninterrupted & magnificent.
Whenever the engineer in the engine saw wildlife he radioed through to the guide & slowed or stopped so that we all had a chance to see & photograph it.
Almost back at Anchorage we ...
... from the Midwest) were given an opportunity to come to Alaska, and through a lottery system, claim 40 acres of land to start farming in the fertile Mat Su Valley. Nice small village with a sense of
pride in its heritage but I’m not sure just how successful this experiment was. Saw a model of the 136 pound cabbage that won the Alaskan State Fair last year. The land , sun, and climate will still grow huge ...