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The day started off with egg sandwiches and lots of smiles. Our first stop was the Anchorage museum. It's sleek modern outside disguised it's rustic ancient artifacts. The exhibits ranged from modern science and art to ancient Indians tools, clothes and weapons. There was one whole entire floor dedicated to washed up trash in the ocean. This exhibit consisted of trash art and info on trash decomposing. The next stop was ...
... we decided to give it a miss.
Dianne kept a photographic record on the go of pine trees, distant mountains, interesting trading posts. We made a rather strange stop at Wal*Mike’s, Trapper Creek’s combination hoarders delight, junk yard, memorabilia collection and general store. We went past the first entrance, had to back and come in the second entrance then find parking. Nose-in parking under Dianne's direction had its moments, with the back end ...
... and I commented to Errol about how the plane should be at the gate by now... etc. He just nodded and went to the bathroom. While he was gone, I heard a "final boarding call" over the intercom for our flight - at a different gate! They had changed gates on us and we didn't know! We were right around the corner from it and hadn't heard them switch the gates! I immediately grabbed all of our ...
We have just come back from 5 wonderful days at Kenai Riverside Lodge at Cooper Landing on the Kenai Peninsular. We were looked after very well and all enjoyed our time there in our cabin in the woods. The fishing exceeded Mick's expectations, despite being a different type of fishing from what he expected. He caught many fish, mostly large, mainly Dolly Varden & Rainbow trout. We were very well looked after by the ...
... GSA rider who is looking for a camping spot, who is already 6 weeks on the road and has done everything there is to do in AK. He tells us in summary fashion what he has seen and how the gravel almost killed his back tire on the Dempster since the gravel is so sharp.
As we go into Club paris we learn we even need a reservation for a 5:00 pm dinner.
OK we have some time and walk around to stop at a local cafe for an Espresso ...