Summerset Bed & Breakfast
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... Mt Ranier hiking/sightseeing day, Kenai Fjords all day boat cruise, and our stay at Denali's North Face Lodge.
Least favorite town was Seward. Favorite was Girdwood (best food too). Quirkiest was Talkeetna.
The flight home left on time 5:45am (9:45am EST). With a 3+ hour layover in Minneapolis, we arrived back in Orlando at 9:30pm EST. The end of a very nice trip with wonderful friends.
Hope you enjoyed this year's blog and a sampling of our pictures.
... ft. It isn't very far from the parking lot before we got some views of Anchorage and Cook Inlet. Every few turns got better views, but also became steeper, and changing to timbered steps and trellises to help move upward. At about a mile up, a large square bench offers abreak and impressive views. The trail continues upward and steeper from there. The last section is very steep. Mike and Roger made it all the way, ...
... of the best pastries I've ever had. The jalapeño cream cheese cheddar bread was to die for. Exploring Homer, we found a small nature trail and decided to take a walk through the wetlands. We stumbled across fresh moose tracks and followed them throughout the trail. Just as we were reaching the end of the hike we found the mama and her two babies! Thirsty from all of that tracking, we ventured ...
... for transport. In fact the lady sitting next to me in the plane lived on one of the islands. She was knitting a knee length shift in Linen. Mind you she was very slim and tall! Last evening for our last meal together in a group, a good choice. An Italian restaurant with great ambience and Italian music playing softly in the background. Great sleep in our King Size bed. Am writing this in the Lobby, waiting for Coach to pick us up to visit the Boeing Factory. NO PHONES AND BAGS ...
... The trail varied from corrugated (reminiscent of bush tracks in the tropical north) to smooth and well-groomed – maintained by lodge owners who use the trails themselves as winter highways and are keen to entice snow mobilers to stay at their lodge. We pass a browsing moose early in the day but otherwise wildlife remains scarce. I think I’d make myself scarce too if I heard the roar of three high performance two stroke engines tearing towards me.