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... husband, Matt, has more patience so he sits with our DD, Sarah. I sat next to an older woman, who seemed very nervous the entire flight, I'm not sure she spoke English. I believe she was assisted onto the plane. She had a bag at her feet that was not under the seat, I tried to help and she said no. I guess the flight attendants don't check that anymore because it stayed there until the end of the flight when she started rifling thru it. She kept it on her lap during landing. The thing ...
... people in hundreds of tents, RVs and motorhomes of every definition congregate. Yes, they are determined to extract every last cent from your pocket, and prices are steep, but getting up at 7am and sitting on your camp seat on the edge of the bay watching the pink sunrise on the snow peaked mountains is just ridiculously amazing.
And that's just what we did. Got up early and wandered around the shore of the bay in the crisp morning air, before heading to ...
... not knowing where it was had been worrying me.
Up in our room we checked its contents, and did some photo downloading. Then we went to the 8pm showing of Aurora. This was a documentary to start with and then time lapse photography of Aurora over 20 years. Wow. There were some awesome images.
Back to the hotel. Planned our next day for the Alaska Zoo – there is a free shuttle from the visitor centre. Then it was time for ...
... 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. ...
... blog that I needed to go to a café with Wifi to spend some time on it so Sheila dropped me again at the Dark Horse where they have bucket size (well almost) coffees for US$2. I didn’t realize I had been in there so long blogging until I looked at my phone at 2.54pm, I’d got there about 10.30am!! In fact I thought my phone must have been wrong so asked a man at another table what the time was. My mobile was correct.
After leaving there at ...