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... We paddle on towards the island the rain getting heavier. We were bound to get wet at some point so it's not a major issue, but as we reach shore we dig out the waterproof jackets to add to the skirts and lifejackets we are already wearing.
We stop for lunch on Adele island (probably not named after the singer). We had packed sandwiches and bananas in the kayak. The island is unpopulated, and is a nature reserve. A safe haven for native wildlife, away from predators ...
... and booking the next week or so of our trip, while Francis and Paul whipped up another gourmet meal. Once again,....the wine flowed freely, and the four of us discussed and attempted to solve the problems of the world. It's amazing how very intelligent one becomes when imbibing.
Finally, at midnight, we all said goodnight. We had to rise early the next morning, for our 7:00 bus.
A PERSONAL NOTE TO FRANCIS and PAUL:
... up to 90 mph forecast, access is limited to a viewpoint 600 m up the track and the glacier itself is closed. Jane opts to remain in the car and I take a rather dramatic walk into the wind. The gusts stop you in your tracks and prevent forward progress (and propels you involuntarily forward on the return journey), but by moving in the lulls I reach the viewpoint and there, about 1 km distant is the glacier. An interesting but ...
... it off with a homemade apple tart with blackberry ice cream. The preparation and presentations were outstanding and reset the bar for best food of the trip! We returned to the hotel following the same route we had taken into the City Center, but we were surprised that during dinner a rock slide had occurred and while no major damage, it was exciting to watch the workers with mountain climbing gear work up on the cliff face removing the loose rocks and vegetation.
... countries. Eventually we had made it to Anchorage where we were going to catch the last water taxi home. We got there 3 hours early so we ate our crackers and cream cheese for lunch and had a lovely long nap on the sandy beach. We did set an alarm just in case we didn't t wake up in time for it. The nap was delightful but it was a bit chilly. We woke up just after 3 and the sun shone down and warmed us back up again. We got the water taxi back ...