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... colour. We were met on the beach by Honey Bear who ended up being our guide. After a quick pit stop we 6 from our plane loaded onto one of those party boats and we floated around the lake edges where there were many bears mainly female some with triplets others with twin cubs or just one or alone. The bears don't hang together..sad really because they could have so much fun if they hunted together. The Sock eyed Salmon are coming ...
... Campground and one night near Allison Point in Valdez. Valdez was lovely but the scenery was not as spectacular as it would have been in better weather. It was overcast and cloudy while we were there, making everything gray and hazy, and the tops of the mountains on the water were always obscured by clouds. We walked around the small boat harbor that leads out into Prince William Sound, and at Allison Point ...
... Co was tucked away in an industrial park but offered a second story patio seating with a view of the mountains (because everywhere in Alaska offers a view of the mountains) and served creatively named craft beers. I had the Bavarian Sampler which included Fallen Angel, Monks Mistress, Snowshoe White and one whose name escapes me now. We ordered the earthy, BLT and spicy bruschettas as well as some pretzel bread, a Greek salad and ...
... coats, hats and gloves. Near Talkeetna we visited the champion sled dogs of Martin Buser. Martin Buser has been the 4 time winner of the Iditarod 1,000 mile race in March from Anchorage to Nome. The dogs are bred especially for fast, endurance racing. You can see in one of the photos how the dogs are protected to shield and care for their bodies during this race, against the harsh conditions, that they would experience. A picnic lunch was ...
... to the east in the Alaska Range (one of the mountains Randy and I saw the other day, probably). On the far side of the river is Panorama Mountain. It’s claim to fame is that it is exactly 1/4 the size of Denali (elevation of 5800 ft). Its rocks are green tinged (it was volcanic) and it also contains the only limestone deposits in Alaska.
Next, we passed the little town of Cantwell (~320 miles from Anchorage). It is the western end of the Denali Hwy, a dirt road ...
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