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... beside a fast flowing creek where we can see salmon swimming against the flow heading up river to spawn. They were dog salmon or chum salmon. A few dead ones around but the smell not as bad as expected. Amazing to see. We were warned that the fish heading to spawn are already starting to deteriorate and we were able to see that ourselves. You wouldn't think of eating them. The latest calls ...
... busses full of passengers to board the train back to Anchorage I think. So they got them off the bus and all lined up and then us off the train and onto the busses. Our luggage was being transported by truck to our accommodation. From Woodpecker, which felt like we were in the middle of nowhere, we were bussed the short distance to the small city (as Alaskan's call their towns) of Talkeetna. It is a real tourist town, some would say 'quaint' others ...
... the 4 foot of packed snow which covers the glacier. It is soft and good for making snowballs. It is fairly worked up I imagine because of all the landings made here. I am guessing 15-20 a day on a good day like today. We can see Denali's peak (Denali and McKinley are used interchangeably) in the distance, now almost 15,000 feet above us. We are allowed 15 minutes to play around. Another plane lands just before we re-board ...
... had a window seat. James was lucky enough to be seated next to the pilot for a super view! We went over the rivers & followed a glacier up to the biggest mountains of the Alaska Range including, Mt Hunter, Mt Foraker & Mt McKinley or Denali while the pilot gave us lots of information via headphones. The photos speak for themselves & ...
... Sam to jump out any second, I was loving this mountain town. Our breakfast mate, Chad, had told of us a great place to hike, but to beware of bears. We found "X,Y, Z" park and was ready for the 3 1/2 miles around the lake, was worried to run into a bear, yet disappointed that we didn't. Along the way, Jeff dropped his line to fish.
When we returned to the lodge, Amelia & I went to the lobby & sat in front of the fire to ...