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... which was also not vastly wide. And the portion visible to us is not filled with thousands of salmon like Ketchikan but the salmon in both places are over 2 feet long. We saw Sockeye Salmon and even Pink all fighting to get upstream. A beautiful sight to witness.
Our last stop before the big city is the Wildlife Preserve. We see caribou, moose, bear (they were hiding), and MuskOx , billed as relics of the Ice ...
... got ready to start, Ranger L said: "You are about to see the dogs go crazy. Because they don't know who's going to get chosen to run." He was not kidding---as soon as the staff headed down the kennels, the dogs started jumping and barking and wagging their tails. Message seemed very clear: "Pick me!!!" (Tim heard the barking from the top of the mountain yesterday afternoon.) This was pretty hilarious given the level of doggie lethargy we ...
... Guard, NOAA, Navy, Air Force etc)
- Google HAARP. I didn't get a chance to explain the conspiracy theories and to add this into the blog.
- Anchorage's weather is very similar to Wisconsin.
- When visiting Alaska in the winter, bring plenty of body lotion.
- The people we met are just as memorable as the Auroras we witnessed.
- Any situation can be tackled ...
... 8217;t you rather have a travel expert plan your trip rather than a preprogrammed website?
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Travel agents can talk directly with the airline to arrange for you to get the seats with the most leg room, seats that might not otherwise be released until the day of the flight.
78. Mapping Routes Out Ahead of Time
Not really good at reading maps? A good travel expert can help you to map out any ...
... at the Yukon/British Columbia border you have the option to cruise all the way down B.C. or see just the top half and make your way to Alberta. When I arrived in Alaska I took the first option, so this time I wanted to switch things up. Plus I really wanted to see Jasper and Banff National Parks! Wow, those are quite some magical places. I saw some people, but the RV droves, families, and crowds still had a few more weeks I'm guessing ...