Alaska Wilderness Plantation
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... Rasmuson Center downtown. A beautiful and informative place. Jim went back to the hotel and I rented a bicycle downtown. The 11 mile Tony Knowles Coastal Trail to Kinkaid Park is a popular tourist attraction. The trail winds through tunnels, over bridges and through the woods along the coast. The 25 mile round trip (with a few add ons) ...
... are a lot of references to Cook & his explorations in the area looking for the inside passage), Alaska Statehood Monument, the railway station, the airfields for light aircraft and the lagoons where the float planes have their own little 'parking area' cut into the shoreline and often with a little hut beside. You can be a pilot at 15 years!
The driver also suggested going to see a 25 min video at 11:30 across the road in the Federal Building where ...
... had been here since he was a child, and had lived through the Earthquake. 4th Avenue, the main east/west street, was split in half by the 4 1/2 minute series of tremors. Her husband was in a dentist chair on 4th. The building fell by 7 1/2 feet, as did the entire downtown area. The Federal Building and the Hilton Hotel were the only building left standing. The tour also went to Earthquake Park. This is where the Atlantic ...
... to pack everything up, fill up the RV with gas, and make it back by our 1:30pm drop off time. We did make it back, and we did get our deposit back, minus a bit for extra mileage.
Next, we checked into the hotel. It was very refreshing to have a large room with very nice and unique hotel bathroom.
Then, Zach, Rob, and I went to the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center. Along the way there, we really enjoyed the scenic views. On the way back, we saw many dall ...
... raining, and not obvious how long the trek is, so we give it a miss.
We see a strange little two storey house beside the road, miles from anywhere with a sweeping view across to the Deborah and Hess mountains and the Susitna River valley. Later along the Susitna River, we see snowy mountains obscured by rain and snow clouds, a frontier outpost doubling as a camping area, and get good views of the Susitna River before we drop down to cross the long, vertically ...