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... this night all year so the place was packed. I went in there to have some halibut as that is the speciality of this area. The prawns were pretty good though.
We were driving back down along the “Spit” and I thought I saw an otter in the water beside the road. We stopped and checked and it was sticks floating but then much excitement from me, I saw an otter. It turned out there were two. I walked around the inlet chasing ...
... cheese sandwich. Unusual tastes and very good. We continued on to Ninilchik and found a spot at Alaskan Angler RV Resort. I would not call it a real resort but was an ok place for 2 nights. Chicken and noodles for dinner and Tricia's homemade pecan pie put us all in a sleep coma. We went to bed with rain pouring as it had most of the day. We are ready for some sunshine!!!
... which is a town started in 1967 by a group of old right believers" from Oregon who had left Russia in 1917. We had a wonderful meal at a little café there run by Nina. We then decided to stop at Anchor Point for the night and found a campsite at Halibut Campground right on Cook Inlet with beautiful views of the volcanic mountains across the bay. ...
... at Stariski State Park (Mary had mentioned this one). It is beautiful and we are the only ones here. On our way down to Seward we lost some paint off the front of the RV. Greg knew this was going to happen so he came prepared. This is the first day since then that it has been warm and sunny so he sanded ...
... with this astronomical event here in alaska. people take their daylight pretty ******* seriously up here and the solstice is the pinnacle of the summer sunlight. over the next few days we will start losing 20 seconds here and then 50 seconds there. by the time i usually leave in september, we are losing something like 15-18 minutes of daylight PER DAY which is just nuts. it will be nice to see stars and the moon again though because there is not much ...