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... 5 miles and we couldn't wait to get out and explore it.
We popped in to the famous ''Salty Dawg'' saloon for an Alaskan beer and to purchase liquid supplies for our trip.
Time to commence our kayak adventure. Our overall blog introduction explains how our Alaskan trip came about through a meeting with Tim Steinberg in a hot tub in Hawaii; a far cry from the cold ...
... for a bathroom break James turned to Jeff and asked "so are both these ladies with you??" Haha, then he hit on Julia a lot more when she came back out. Nothing she couldn't handle, most of his comments she just laughed at. Damn entertaining for us!
Later on another fisherman named Jed turned up and started chatting. He was quite cute and bet he would have had more luck if he'd had a crack at hitting on Julia but that's life.
Another late night but a fun ...
... eat the skin, eyes, an some of the organs but not the meat - not enough protein, so consequently the seagulls are in the thousands on the river. Quite a site to see - and you will too! The flight takes us over 2 volcanos and we had some great up close viewing of those as well. It was a 45 minute flight one way. We left at 9:30 a.m. and returned at 5:00 p.m. The sun came out for awhile and we sat ...
... Legs on the plate, and they were so sweet it was truly amazing. After our first bite, we had to thank the crab on the plate for providing us such a great meal, because we felt honored to be enjoying such a wonderful meal in such a surreal place. The crab was the highlight of the meal and it was so sweet and delicious that we skipped dessert and headed home for the evening…we were excited about what Sunday would hold. ~ Tim & ...
... habitat. The museum was really good and we took a Ranger Guided Hike to look for birds. This at least kept us occupied for a few hours.
In addition to our friends and family at home we are also very thankful for our new friends here in Alaska. Theron and MaryAnn, who we met in Seward, rolled into our campground this afternoon and invited us to a very fresh (caught today) salmon dinner ...