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... before the trip, we got a recommended torsion axle that allows you to raise the camper so it's not so low. This (in theory) makes changing a tire easier (aka: possible). Shane had changed tires on the Scotty before we had the axle replaced and it is no easy task - you have to lower the tongue, then jack up both sides in the back as high as you can to get both wheels well off the ground, then raise the tongue back up and get the axle to drop, before you ...
-Alaska has ? Glaciers? (Aprox 100,000)
-Alaska has ? Volcanoes? (80). 40 of which are active
-What constellation is on the Alaska state flag? Big Dipper and North Star
-How much did the largest king salmon ever caught weigh? 97 lbs 4 oz
-How much did the largest rainbow trout weigh? 20 lbs 2 oz
-How much did the biggest Halibut weigh? 1000 lbs!
... throughout Alaska. When we asked him when he was last home, he replied "2 1/2 years ago". It was a nice RV, so I am assuming he has made all his money and is relatively content. Sounds pretty neat to me. We were able to play at the park, too. We finally said goodbye to Seward. It was past time to head toward Cooper Landing. Thinking it was an hour and a half drive, we were surprised to be there within 50 minutes. What a beautiful ...
... that he seemed knowledgeable about the area and identifying the many birds we saw and clearly he loved his job!
We saw a lot of different birds and tons of Bald Eagles! Unfortunately, I don't have any good pictures b/c the telephoto lens was in the car. We saw a seagull steal a salmon from a Bald Eagle. We also saw a Sea gull catch a salmon they he couldn't pick up, so he had to work its way to the shore. We saw "combat ...
... we went to hike to the Russian River Falls - round trip it was about 6.5 miles and I won't comment on a particular small person's attitude for about 6 of those miles........Once you reach the falls (which are spectacular), you can see all the salmon gathered at the bottom and watch them try to jump the falls to get up river to spawn. Beautiful and amazing sight to see. Alaska definitely makes you appreciate, no, makes you in awe of ...