Alaska Wilderness Plantation
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... of the lake observing grizzlies. We spent about 1 ½ hours just watching them stalk and catch fish. They are lonesome creatures and only have another bear with them if they have cubs. We saw mostly females as the boars go up higher into the mountains. The females don’t want them around as they can attack the cubs. It was fascinating.
Lunch was back at the lodge where we were fed fresh salmon and salad. Then it was back out on the boat until about ...
Today we went to a fresh seafood market there we bought king salmon and king crab. We also found some Mexican coke in a bulk pack which is rare in Maryland. At REI we bought a hiking trail map for the chugach mountains and all of anchorage. The king salmon that we prepared was better than the sockeye ...
We fly back to Orlando today and the vacation is over. It was a good trip. We all got along well and saw new things every day.
Travel to Alaska might as well be another country because it sure feels like a whole other world from our Florida lifestyle.
We learned all kinds of strange things, everything from how many types of Salmon are in Alaska (5), to what you can learn about bears by looking at its poop (seriously!).
We ate halibut, salmon, bison ...
... shaman, who is trying to find Route 60, and takes a while to get all his gear (it looked like everything he owned) off the bus.
We got off the bus at the 5th Avenue mall, and had another Chinese food court meal, then walked back to the Bent Prop Inn to sort ourselves out and prepare for an early start to get the train to Seward for the start our Celebrity Millenium Cruise back to Vancouver. We booked a 5.30am taxi after reading the complex instructions regarding the checking-in of our luggage in the ...
... the delights of modern technology. Day 3 was a bright sunny blue sky day and we took off toward home along the newly opened Overland Trail with heart-achingly beautiful views of the snow-capped peaks of the Alaska Range all around us. Even the elusive Denali, the third highest mountain in the world and usually obscured by clouds, made an extended cameo appearance. Being the first through the overland trail afforded us untrammelled access to miles of deep snow covered ...