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... rode to Turner's Corner for an ice cream cone! OMG so gooooooood. Then back to camp for supper and BED. A good tired.
So, make a note to get to Hatcher Pass on your next Alaska trip - summer or winter - a great place for skiing and snowmobiling too. Hatcher Pass Lodge built in the 60s is so charming and even if you don't stay in one of their cabins, a good place to stop and enjoy a cup of coffee with the views. ...
... sunbathing, and swimming in the icy, glacial fed water of the Knik River. With the wide outwash plain, they drove their cars onto the gravel beachy area and set up camp. As we puttered down the road, a moose lazily sauntered across to get the greener grass on the other side; not in any hurry and not concerned about clearing the road for us. In fact, she glared at us! At the end of the road we did ...
... like a good idea as it was sunny and warm.
We ordered 2 entrees salmon and halibut with an add-on of crab legs. There was enough food for the 3 of us, but the entrees were smaller than I expected.
Food was good, but Matt's salmon from the night before was better!
After dinner, we walked over a few blocks to the tourist strip, I think 4th street. we looked in the shops, mostly to find Sarah a fleece jacket as now one of her 2 ...
... and people were gathering. Low and behold a pub with an outrageous
selection of beers on tap was a mere stone’s throw from our humble abode….off
we went :)
Heard from Miller. We
were a little saddened to hear he is not riding the mighty versys up to Haines
and back down (pussy) he will be flying in (and out)!!!
Enjoy the pics!!!
... though because Alaska State Department of Fish and Game advise that “Every year, well-meaning people doom moose calves to an unnatural life in confinement – or kill them accidently – by “rescuing” them. It’s dangerous and unnecessary”. Apparently “rescuing” a seemingly orphaned calf is likely to bring 450+kg of angry mother moose down on top of you.
The National Rifle Association had the ...