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... Park. The earthquake the struck Alaska in 1964 and the following tsunami had significant effects across the Alaskan coast. Anchorage suffered tremendous damage 50 years ago and unfortunately, the more recent Earthquake Park signs, suffered from vandals who succeded in destroying many of the commerative displays. We were happy to find a couple of geocaches here.
Cook Inlet at Anchorage has the second biggest ...
... but we happened upon an empty "B"site, which looked pretty short, and a bit sloping, but we backed in anyway, once more under Dianne's direction. She told Murray to stop while the cabin is still well out into the street, not realising that the wheels are two metres forward of the back bumper, and we can back all the way if we can clear the preventer sleeper. After a couple of straightening moves, we are set enough to check the bubble level on the kitchen bench. We are down at ...
... we've done a little bit of cross country skiing, and some snowboarding hear and there. Recently we were able to use our flight benefits to fly up to Fairbanks and check out the hot springs. We also took a weekend trip down to Seward to check it out, and stay in a cute little cabin. We really can't wait for the summer, there is so much more to see, and it'll be great to explore.
We love you all, and miss you dearly!! Come visit!! I mean it!!
... explore the city sights. Five minutes later, we were bored again and made our way to the tourist information (listed on tripadvisor.com as one of the town's top sights) and the two nice ladies there gave us some brochures about most of the sights which, unsurprisingly, are all OUTSIDE of Anchorage!
Anchorage was starting to **** me off considering it has more fur shops than Wendy's restaurants, so we decided to drive up to Glen Alps which are ...
... of gift shops and eateries & not much else, that is apart from the fishing down at the small boat harbour. The views across the harbour were fabulous so on my walk back to the train I took the opportunity to sit several times to take it in.
There were numerous campers parked up around the town, most of them the huge Winnebago, or similar, type. Personally I cannot see the point of moving from the privacy of one’s home to holiday in a camper, or tent, with your ...