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... closeby on the bike path.
We happened upon the William Jack Hernandez Fish Hatchery. Although the center was closed, we walked along Up Ship Creek and watched the "reds" salmon returning to their home. Another geocache was found near the artistic sculpture of a rainbow trout on the Hatchery property.
Spendard Beach Park was another interesting place. Here in a small lake, was a safe port for many ...
... all the way beside the main road, and the trip takes about 15 minutes. This governs when we set the alarm for tomorrow.
On the way back, we take photos of the now-visible minor mountains, relevant signs and the shuttle bus timetable. We fire up the generator to use the microwave to heat half our Orange Chicken, and a microwave latte for Murray, and have a meal of Orange Chicken, potato salad, bottled white Zinfandel, definitely paler than our previous sample, plus ...
... spot (Walmart) to get some groceries and supplies for our next few days here. It's interesting how Anchorage seems to be devoid of any really diversity, yet the local gay venue keeps advising itself on the radio.
Ted and I were quite happy to stay in and have a good home cooked meal in our hotel, as opposed to exploring what culture the city has. Actually considering how tired we are, I doubt we could have kept up with this city's vibrant nightlife ...
... looking for an elusive china drinking vessel. Well we all know what Robert the Bruce said whilst watching a spider try to weave a web "if at first you don’t succeed try & try again", which is exactly what I did & eventually I was rewarded & to top it off there was even a free refill!! – can’t get that in a paper/polystyrene cup. I lingered as long as I could in the café willing the time to pass quickly so I could get back on the train. I ventured off, ...
... the money with the forcast. Sunny and very warm. Another quick tour around town convinced us that we would need at least four to five weeks to see the major attractons and another month or more to see most of the rest. Anchorage has a hugh variety of things to see. We ony managed to hardly scratch the surface, leaving many attractions for another trip.
The following day we saddled up and headed for Seward..