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... the Lodge and to those travelers who weren't continuing on our part of the trip. Everyone was sad. Sad to leave the peace and beauty of Denali and sad to leave such nice people. I hope our nice friends that we met at Denali who didn't continue to the Inside Passage with us will continue to follow the blog and the adventures of Phoebe, Bob and Hank & Lisa. Also, some amazing pictures and stories of whales, bears, puffins, etc.
... Went to put some petrol in the car this morning before leaving Seward, and had to prepay at the pump. You swipe your Visa card, then it asks you for your zip code. Of course, people from overseas don't have one, and 200,000 foreign visitors visit Seward each year, so I'm not alone here. You can't ignore the zip code request. If you put in your foreign postal code, it tells you that it's incorrect as it's not 5 digits. If you put a leading or trailing zero, it ...
After a good night's sleep, we enjoyed the sights of downtown Anchorage. The museum was fabulous and we spent 3 hours there! You can see from our pics, we ran into lots of wild animals! We had lunch at a wonderful quaint Italian place. Stopped by the place that one of the Boggs' friends had suggested, but it was clearly vegan. Not for us! Headed to Denali tomorrow on an 8 hour train ...
... and write. The cost of this however is that it may convey the impression that I’m simply here on a irresponsible soiree. Indeed many blog comments reflect admiration or envy at my six month holiday. So I’ve given myself the challenge of writing an interesting post about what I am doing here when I’m not hobnobbing with bears, fishing for halibut or gazing awestruck at the scenery.
As a Fulbright Scholar, I’m here to ...
... where it would land and let them off. It sounds kind of risky to me, but a lot of them (all seemed to be from Minnesota) were going to do it.
In Wasilla, a town clearly oriented toward “manly” pursuits, I could see a dramatic range of mountains to the north (or maybe the west). The jagged peaks emerge from and then hide behind the clouds as we went along. The less impressive Talkeetna mountains have been running along to the East for a long time. ...