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Having visited the Southerly coastal parts of Alaska, we travelled North towards the capital, Anchorage.
The weather continues to get warmer and the days longer, we go to bed with the daylight and wake up in the daylight.
The word Alaska is derived from the Aleut word "Alyeska" meaning Great land - which it ...
... as co-pilot.
Daniel and I picked up Father Simon at Isla Trinitaria's main school (that's where he lives) at around 9:00 am. He was taking care of some issues so once he was done, we started our drive towards Monte Sinai.
Father Simon told us that the population of Monte Senai is about 350,000 and growing very fast. The roads are not paved and not all areas have electricity. Crime is very high on this area. He has built one school and his biggest ...
... and a lot of Alaskan made items. We checked out the market and grabbed some breakfast. Later, we went on a hike that follows along turnagain arm and has so many berry bushes!! We picked and ate all kinds of berries! Because we're in Alaska we got a surprise rain shower when it was forecasted for 0% chance of rain. That's Alaska for you. We enjoyed Mexican food ...
... for photos, as a car only comes by every half hour, but it is still possible to be caught out. The lakes read well, but there is little access without a boat or canoe, so we carry on, getting back into high, open country with sweeping views, lots of wild flowers, and snow on the ground beside the road. Some of the lakes are still frozen. In the distance to the left we can see snow covered mountains and a big river which starts as a glacier. Quite spectacular scenery.
... the Glenn Hwy on into Anchorage on a four to six lane road and over the Matanuska, Knik, and Eagle Rivers. We finally found the Comfort Inn at Ship Creek which would take dogs and was not full for the two nights we wanted. Ship Creek is the urban fishing hole for folks from Anchorage and at dinner that night at Bridge Seafood, both sides of the creek were filled with fisherman because the king salmon were just starting to come ...