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... cleaned up, in some areas if you dig a few inches into the shoreline, you will find tar balls. The native people here say that the oyster beds have never recovered from this oil spill, and the area is not even close to how pristine it was before the spill. The beauty and the remoteness of Prince William Sound is not describable. A photo does not do it justice. When the captain turned off the boat engines, except for the birds calling, you could hear a pin drop. ...
... look encouraging.
The God's were smiling on us. Woke up to sunshine and hot, hot, hot. Great day to see stuff.
Anchorage has a hugh variety of museums. We spent the first day at the Alaska Native Heritage Center. An amazing place to learn about the cultures of Alaska. The grounds are sectioned off around a pond so you walk from one culture to another. Here we found such peace and traquility. ...
... and speech therapist. Douglas whipped up spiced chicken and a fabulous apple pudding. We felt very special as they can only get 12 pieces of fruit and veg a week for 52USDThey have arranged vista tomorrow afternoon including Jena who has been instrumental in the Inupiat learning framework. Tomorrow an early start 8am we are off to the language nest program, morning tea with George, meetings at school all afternoon. Tuesday will be at the ...
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... no live wild bears. Perhaps we will get to see one in the Rockies later. Most establishments seem to have bear skins, bear heads, moose heads and untold other preserved wildlife.
After spending another night at the Big Bear B & B and enjoying the second of her apparently eight different breakfasts (the hostess keeps stats so that you don't get the same breakfast twice) its time to leave Alaska and fly back to Vancouver. While the ...