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... the Lodge and to those travelers who weren't continuing on our part of the trip. Everyone was sad. Sad to leave the peace and beauty of Denali and sad to leave such nice people. I hope our nice friends that we met at Denali who didn't continue to the Inside Passage with us will continue to follow the blog and the adventures of Phoebe, Bob and Hank & Lisa. Also, some amazing pictures and stories of whales, bears, puffins, etc.
... to the airport to return the car with minutes to spare, and check in for our flights so we could lose our baggage. As we are waiting around for a midnight flight, Brendan and Rachel went to cloke their hand luggage so they wouldn't have to cart it around. You know that you are in Alaska! Along with the displayed list of rates for large luggage and small luggage was the rate for storing Moose Antlers ($16) and, if you were less successful, $7 for your gun.
... of pictures to sort through. We're really happy that we had good (or good enough) weather to do everything we wanted, and the fact that we could see Mt McKinley on three of the four days we were in that area is remarkable. We'll enjoy (?) one final night on an airplane and breakfast in the Denver airport. It will be good to spend Tuesday night in our own ...
... m also here to study conservation and land management and particularly how native Alaskans manage their lands and the ways they are creating livelihoods for remote isolated communities – check out http://www.fulbright.com.au/scholars/au stralian-scholars?id=481 for the Fulbright webpage blurb. This is the work I’ve been pursuing for several decades in north Australia and it’s been fascinating to get under the skin of Alaska and learn ...
... 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. ...