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... the most beautiful on Earth. With crystal-clear water captured high in
the mountains, it is like a mirror that reflects limitless sky. Although this
wild beauty can be sensed not through eyes only. No matter what you would like
to do: to have a stroll in the woods, conquer the Southern Alps or simply
admire the scenery, lake Pukaki, and its locations are the ideal places.
Besides, you can enjoy safari, go boating along the glacier lakes or ...
... 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 ...
... had breakfast with Henry and Tricia of cinnamon rolls, bacon, peach smoothies and coffee. The off we went to Anchorage. Ben and I stopped a few times to make pictures and ooh and aah at the scenery so Tricia and Henry left us and went on toward Anchorage. We stopped at Tern Lake, which hosts numerous animals, birds, fish and unique plants. Common loons, bald eagles, and arctic terns share the area with a variety of song birds and shorebirds like the northern ...
Monday 9th June Denali National Park.
We are up before the alarm, have a quick breakfast of Raisin Bran, complete packing food and drink for 12 hours on the bus, and are down at the main road, which we used as a more moose-free route, and were able to flag down the free shuttle bus on its outward journey, and were up at the Wilderness Access Centre in time for Murray to buy a mug of capuccino to go, before our 7.15am Wonder Lake bus made ...
Dispute an ominous rainy forecast we set off for Seward, a little coastal town about 90 miles south on the Kenai Peninsula. Oh my gosh, the scenery....mountains rising on both sides of the road, so very tall and mostly green. Some here and there capped with snow. Went around the Turnagain Arm and lakes stretching alongside mts. As far as the eye could see, mts upon mts! Just a glorious drive. In Seward we drove to Seavey's ididaride dog sled training site. We had ...