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Well, I'm at the Anchorage airport ready to go! I still have an hour wait so I'm having a beer and posting on this travel blog.
My flight plan is Anchorage > Los Angeles > Miami > Ecuador. In 17 more hours I will be in Guayaquil, Ecuador...what at ride!
By the way, the president of the South Club, Dean McVey, gave me his email so he ...
... so after 30 minutes of no bites I was ready to call it quits. And just then, my line snagged! Excitedly I reeled my line in until a small dark fish appeared on the line. Terrified that I'd caught a piece of a fish, rather than the whole thing, I asked the man next to me to remove it from my line while I looked away. He told me I hadn't caught a fish at all and handed me the only thing our group would catch that night: a rock. We stayed at the Russian River until midnight ...
... and cold and we are all off Anchorage at the moment.
Picked up our hire car (with an amazingly huge boot!) and drove over to the earthquake park. Probably interesting, you know, I mean if it wasn't raining.
Decided to check out a man made attraction ... the giant chocolate fountain at the Akaskan Wild Berry factory. Now you're talking. Some umm, "interesting" choc coated items like Oreos, graham crackers, pretzels and ... bacon. ...
... to Seward. Even though it was overcast and raining on and off, the drive down is spectacular! We didn't see any Dall Sheep or Beluga's along Tur****n Arm, but the mountains (some still with snow) were breathtaking. The only downside is that I was soooo carsick for some reason. We stopped at the Big Game Conservation park to see some ...
Where's Chuck Today? Seward, AK to Anchorage, AK
Temperature: 65-75 Conditions: Nice sunshine all day
After such a nice trip yesterday, it was time to move on toward Anchorage. Not a huge amount of distance to cover so we decided to take a few side trips. 1st one – to Hope, AK., a gold mining town in 1847, prior to the ...