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... four of you seem to have seen it. We've been away almost five months now, Nigel has his fish to talk to as well as me, I have only Nigel and you so please, please drop me a line, I really do love hearing from you even if it's only a mention of the weather, your own holidays, the ache in your left leg or your views on Scottish devolution.
... but Dianne and the woman managed to swap life stories. They were killing time waiting for a red-eye flight to Dallas, after finishing a cruise on a small boat with 12 couples on it.
Outside, it was still quite light as we headed home about 10pm. Found that our key card wouldn't work because we were trying the baggage room door instead of ours, showered in our ensuite after sorting out the reverse action shower controls, did some internet on the wi-fi in the room, ...
We've arrived! Elizabeth had 4 teenage boys lined up to unload, so the whole RV got unloaded in 1 1/2 hours. Tomorrow we head down to Seward for a Cruise into Resurrection Bay and then camp out there so that we can all enjoy ONE night on the totally emptied out RV. We're all really looking forward to it (and Elizabeth's housemate, Kate, is joining us as well).
We slept in this morning and had a nice leisurely breakfast at ...
... has receded was astonishing. For instance, we saw 1957 posted along the trail at least a quarter mile from where the glacier presently is. Disturbing to witness this rapid melting of such a wonder of nature. But there she rose, her deep aqua streaked with ground gray granite, powerful nevertheless. Had hot dogs and baked beans at home. Actually the weather cooperated in that it didn't actually rain on us and, indeed, Mr. Sun made brief but welcome appearances here and ...
... some breakfast but it took me hours to get there with all sorts of distractions on the way, like the memorial to fallen fire fighters & the State Trooper museum.
The Alaska Fallen Firefighters Memorial is immediately in front of the fire station & is like a small park, which the city maintains, in fact workers were there cutting the grass etc as I ambled along. The memorial was dedicated on 11 September 2011 to honor those who lost their lives on 9/11 as well ...