Portage Valley Cabins and RV Park
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Anchorage isn't such a bad city! I just enjoyed my second weekend in Anchorage. I'm on the bus back to Seward as I write this. I came up to Anchorage on Saturday after I got off work and met up with a friend. We spent the weekend enjoying lots of tasty restaurants and checking out some parks and hikes. Sunday morning there was an open market downtown where they sold food and ...
... warmed by our hot chips, we cross the river, check out birds in the low level kettle lakes, then drive along more eskers then up a long slope on the mountain to a point overlooking the river and valley. We can see three lakes, all of which have beaver lodges, and sweeping views across the valley to distance. Using her binoculars, Dianne sees what must be pigs - short legs, a big, round body, grey colour. Closer inspection with the camera shows them to be moose, running ...
... was sick. Crazy stuff really. And of course, she puked. Shortly after we heard the clang of a glass bottle hitting the floor. They made her move to another seat and cleaned up the mess and started collecting things. Yep. Hidden bottles in the seat!
Various crew talked with her and we heard the Conductor come across the radio stating it was now a mandatory. Pretty sure they were attempting Drug ...
... his room at home. Steve pointed out a piece to me that he now regrets ;-) A beautifully hand carved wood plaque with a native raven flanked by 2 other native spirits. Sitting in front of it is a canoe, again with the raven. The base is all inlaid wood and it is painted in typical native colors - bright and beautiful. On the back is handwritten the legend of the raven - the most important of all of spirits and responsible for ...
... br> This area around Anchorage
has the one of the worlds largest tide differentials at 37 feet. Just to
compare, South Florida experiences a 2.5 foot
tide differential. At low tide you get large amounts of sandy mud flats, while
at high tide all the water fills in and there is no beach. At the full moon
they get what is called a “bore tide” which is more extreme. The clash of ...