Susitna Sunsets Bed And Breakfast
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... in North American, 38.9 feet. There is no tide pooling here and stories abound of people getting stuck in the silty mud and drowning when the tide comes in.
Point Woronzof was a fun experience. Planes landing at the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport fly directly overhead, seemingly only feet above our heads. There was a steady stream of UPS and other cargo planes landing while we were there. Of course there was ...
... by a fair bit, so have to get the levelling chocks out and use them two-high, counter to the instruction book which demands a chock under each of the four wheels. The chocks are nicely centred on the back outside tyres, so we give it a go, and find we have the allowable half-bubble off level. Because we will have an early start from the Wilderness Access Centre in the morning, we decide to walk to it and time our walk. Find a gravelled path through to the first loop, and ...
... the outskirts of town. It was worth the drive, as it gave a great overview of the city (which is best viewed from a distance). It was also freezing! Ted refused to believe that shorts weren't an appropriate item of clothing for the Last Frontier state. When he opened the car door he said "See, it isn't that cold". I guess he changed his mind when he power walked all the way back to the car from the hiking trail.
We then headed to Anchorage's ...
... a few feet away & with virtually no privacy after all one cannot put a lamp on in a tent at night to get undressed by unless you don’t mind putting on a show!!! And as for getting amorous – forget it unless you are the totally silent type!! Each to their own though, it would be a pretty boring world if everyone liked the same things!
I was now on the quest for a coffee in a proper cup & it seemed like Seward like the disposable cups so I went from one café ...
... We did find a bride and groom posing for pictures so extended congratulations to them and went on our way.
Day 3 found us at the Alaska Museum of History. What an amazing place. Four floors of displays depicting Alaska from the beginning of time to current times. The dislays and commentary were outstanding. Six hours later we emerged, our heads spinning with information.
Our weatherman was ...