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... but we hopped on the bus to head up to Anchorage, about an hours drive away. Our flight was at 4:45pm, so we dropped off downtown & I grabbed a moment to update this blog, then we heading out for a walk around town. A little stop in a department store produced the find of the year. I have always loved Levi's 501 (button front) jeans and they were selling them on sale (normally $69) for $49. And what's more, there is no tax in Alaska - can you believe that! About ...
... a few of the photos I took;
1) Formal Meeting at the Guayaquil Rotary Club
The Guayaquil Rotary Club meet the same day and time as the Anchorage Midtown Rotary (Wednesday at 9:00 pm Guayaquil Time which is 6:00 pm Alaska Time). So at the time I was meeting across the continent, you guys were meeting too...cool or what!
Guayaquil has a population of about 3.5 million ...
... with snow drifts on the rounded mountains above, and ice in the dozens of kettle lakes below. A dark cloud passes over, and it actually starts to snow, hard round "sago" snow, which sticks to the hot bonnet of the van, and stays on the road for some time. Later we can see a dusting of new snow on the higher peaks.
We drop down towards the Tangle Lakes campground (mile 113.5) through sweeps of green bushy vegetation. As it’s now about 8pm, we decide this ...
... short interludes of blue sky. Returning the bike to the rental company was a little sad as I had become quite attached to the bike that performed so reliable during the 7,500kms I travelled. Tomorrow is the highlight of the trip with Ineke's arrival, as I really looking forward to sharing the experiences with her. She has a shopping expedition into Los Angeles as she has about 10hrs to kill between ...
... adjacent pitch we came across our next example of the lovely helpful people we encountered all over Alaska – our neighbours gave us some aluminium foil for the oven (no tray, no baking sheet or anything to rest a pie on), asked us about our future plans, then gave us their phone number and said to ring if we needed any help and to come and stay on their land if we were anywhere near Soldotna. What a lovely welcome to South Central ...