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Arrived in Ancharage, after really long flight. First to Denver and then on up to Anchorage. The Captain Cook Hotel was the first built in Alaska back in the 1960s
... is a self contained apartment which is perfect for us - almost like our own place in town, with a view of the mountains from our living room and kitchen. I feel like I can see Russia from my house!
When we left Seattle, Ted left one of the power adapters behind. Since leaving Anchorage, it seems like I've left the other one behind. I am freaking out how we can charge our iPhones, iPad and the like! Tomorrow we have a full day in Seward which already has more ...
... at Lake Louise).
One of the highlights of the cruise though a few of us noticed our 4hr stop here was suspiciously reduced to only 2hrs. Hmmm. Still, will just be thankful we saw it at all as a crew member told me 2 weeks ago there was so much fog the boat couldn't get anywhere near it and no one saw anything at all. How disappointing!
Not a lot to do after this as we headed out to open sea for our ...
... to pull them to another spot to level them. Must be fun at night wouldn't you thing??? Ugh.
The boy, Evan, was a sled dogger and was I think third in the junior division of one of the qualifying races. He raises, trains and sells these dogs to other mushers. Each dog costs $2,000 and he has sold 27! He told me he doesn't get all the money, but still. He is now in training for the big race. To qualify they have to ...
... is $7.19, Gas price is $4.29 per gallon.
Anyway, we decided to forget about prices for the 2 days we were there. The experience was worth the price.
It rained all day today. I was up since 430 and it's been raining since then. I ended up taking all of these photos in the rain.