Salmon Creek Cabins
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... enough when providing information as a guide.
2. Keep personal anecdotes short and relevant.
3. Give passengers notice when something of note is ahead. "We just passed"....is not quite good enough!!
And Enough from me!
Halfwayish we called in at Talkeetna as some people were staying there for a night or two.
There is a very small township there and a beautiful lodge. This is the stepping off ...
... go with the flow. The boat doesn't leave until this afternoon so we have time to go on our planned sea kayaking up the bay to the Ailak glacier. It is a four mile round trip, which sounds easy in theory, but add in icy conditions and torrential rain and it is a little bit of a challenge. Still it is worth it, though I will pay for it later when I can hardly lift my arms above waist height! Exhausted, we get on the boat to return to Seward. ...
... winter jobs. I have pretty much ruled out Thailand. Not because of what the country is going through but mainly because I'm just as content staying in the states right now. I could save a couple thousand dollers and spend a winter working at a ski resort learning to ski or snowboard! I booked my ticket out of Alaska for September 14th. I am headed to seattle then to Chicago where I'll meet a climbing friend and we'll head to Red River Gorge to climb for almost a week. Then I'm ...
We spent the past two days camping in the Sate Park and fishing where the Russian River and Kenai River meet. You can actually see the bright turquoise water of the Kenai meet the muddy Russian. Interesting!
On our way we stopped off at a restaurant called The Summit. Obviously the restaurant was at the summit of a mountain. They are not too big here in the south of Alaska, not after the 6,000 ft of mountain range in Canada. At any rate we stopped at The Summit and had the ...
... that even at midnight it is still light out. Shortly before 1am we decided to walk home. It was a good hike to break in my new shoes!
Now to the good part. We made reservations to take a HELICOPTER to a GLACIER and go DOG MUSHING!!!!!!! Everything in caps I had never done before! We were incredibly excited. Just before 1pm we headed out to the airport, signed papers, paid and did a short briefing on how to safely get ...