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... close to an active volcano. All in all we were out for about 4 hours and it only cost 250 dollars each. A wonderful experience.
We didn't get until about six, so missed picking our bikes up - will now pick up our hopefully serviced bikes tomorrow morning.
Myself, Dave Steve E and Steve A got a taxi into Anchorage and went to a real ale pub called Humby's. A few beers and food and home for an early night.
... The FAT Ptarmigan for the last time I ordered the usual and so did the rest of my family. We found this cool Wells Fargo museum that taught us all about native Americans of Alaska. We then ate the last of our delicious sockeye we caught at the beginning of our trip and a bit of king ...
... though we had a timetable to meet, the bus still stopped to let us watch a bear. The bear was close to the road and meandered slowly through the tundra looking for berries. I forgot to mention that on a previous day we saw a bear sleeping in the distance. He was far enough away Jan, our naturalist, put up her telescope. He'd roll over. At one point he stood up for a bit, then laid back down. What I can't describe in the blog is how it ...
... that it's an invalid code. If you put Rachel's zip code in, it tells you that it doesn't match your billing address. So you have to go inside and pay cash. "How much gas do you want?" is the next question. Don't really know. What's the tank size on my rental car? She doesn't know either. How do you convert litres to gallons? (yep - America still uses imperial - about the only country on the planet to do so). So you make an estimate in litres, convert it to ...
... really nice walk around and watched some people fishing for salmon as part of a derby.
We walked back to town and caught a 1 hour trolley bus tour that showed us around Anchorage and told us a few stories about the place. This was quite a good tour.
We went into the 5th Avenue Mall to find some lunch. We both had fried rice but I had sesame chicken ad Stephen had bourbon chicken (like BBQ chicken). This was quite ...