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... more travelers and then went to meet Todd from Fishbone Charters. As soon as we saw him, Steve and I recognized him from an episode of Buying Alaska. He was a little embarrassed that we recognized him, but talked to us about his experience. If you don't want to be completely disappointed and jaded don't read any more........ Todd did the episode to help advertise his business. And yes, he and his wife had been living for 7 years with no running water and wanted ...
... for New York City, the largest tax-funded cemetery in the world. Mt. Rainer stood out as we approached Seattle.
Even though we had 4 meals already and our bodies thought it was 2 am, we met up with Jim and had a late snack and drinks ...
... has been a black bear cub seen on the bike path and that the bears have been pretty bad this year in Talkeetna. Well, glad I did not see one since I had not thought I needed to carry my bear spray with me on these last two rides. God is often very good and gracious to fools like me.
Saw a float plane take off from the lake this morning, that would be a nice flight one day.
Did a bit of shopping - Talkeetna is tourist ...
... Glenn Highway (#1) towards Palmer. Jeff was itching to do some fishing & luckily we found a stream along the highway with a picnic table next to it. We had a nice picnic lunch of left over pizza, shrimp, cheese, apples & chips. Then he headed down to the stream to cast his line. The wind was really blowing & the mosquitos were biting Amelia & I through our clothes, so we waited for him in the car.
I haven't ...
... heavy fog so it was on to plan #2.
Mahay's jet boats into Devil's Canyon whitewater rapids. Tours were leaving in 10 minutes so we rushed to add another layer for warmth and throw on some decent shoes. The boat was just incredible. The ginormous engines roared for 65 miles upstream against the terrific current of the Susitna and Talkeetna rivers. We spotted a bald eagle perched at the tip of a tree along the riverbank. The ...