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... a few of the photos I took;
1) Formal Meeting at the Guayaquil Rotary Club
The Guayaquil Rotary Club meet the same day and time as the Anchorage Midtown Rotary (Wednesday at 9:00 pm Guayaquil Time which is 6:00 pm Alaska Time). So at the time I was meeting across the continent, you guys were meeting too...cool or what!
Guayaquil has a population of about 3.5 million ...
... ten kilo salmon a day is a lot of fish, unless you are feeding a pack of sled dogs.
Back on the Ric******* Highway, we continued on to Meiers Lake Roadhouse (mile 170) where we could get fresh water. Place looked interesting, but a bit run-down. Felt embarrassed about getting water without buying anything, so bought an enormous hamburger with fries, which we shared. Assume the government gives them something for supplying the water to all the campervans, as they are ...
... for our new country of ice and snow and the complexity intertwining of conservation and development in Alaska, both modes of transport held enormous appeal. It was time to embark on a crash course on the History of Alaskan Transport. Would we fall in love with the romance of the dog sled, the alluring hiss of sled runners on ice, and the company of a team of affable huskies? Or would we be hooked by the adrenalin rush of low flying over virgin snow at 60 miles an hour? ...
... wildflowers particularly took my eye. The shopkeeper explained about how the town was devastated by an earthquake in the 60's - most of 4th Street (the main thoroughfare) sank under the road. No wonder everywhere look so clean and new here - most of it is! Lunch was at Humpy's - a great alehouse with a choice of over 50 draught beers and a pledge of "no **** on tap"! We had a bowl of broccoli and cheese soup with a taster flight of Alaskan beers - superb. We ...
... overgrown with wildflowers. This part of the Kenai Peninsula is dotted with small Russian villages, including several built by a strange sect of Russian Orthodoxy, the Old Believers - but more of that later.
As mentioned in an earlier posting, the town of Seldovia across Kachemak Bay from Homer was founded as a Russian herring fishing village and was in the early 20th Century, the largest and most prosperous town in the ...