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Our second day in Ak we motored to the Alaska Botanical Gardens. Here we enjoyed walking some of the trails in this 110 acres facility a vision in the 1980's that became a reality in the 1990's. Dependent on volunteerism and the financial support of many donors, it appears to be thriving. We arrived on the day of a huge Fund Raising Gala. The place ...
I did not wake up until noon and did not leave the house until 2 when we walked back at Kincaid Park. As soon as we got on the Coastal Trail we saw a bull moose laying down 30ft away. We could only see the rack of the moose and kept on walking. On the way back we saw the same bull moose and a cow up on a hill. 100 ft away from the other moose there were 2 big bull moose and a cow and it's calf They each posed picture perfect. After that we went to the Spendard Roadhouse for an amazing ...
... spirit watching wildlife in their natural habitat.
I also forgot the story of a possible close call. One of our groups was lunching on a ridge, when they noticed another group waving at them. The first group waved back, thinking their fellow travelers were being friendly. But the waving got more frantic. Finally the first group turned around and saw a black bear not far away. But they also noticed the bear was ignoring them and ...
... for what's left in the tank, multiply by $4.17, all while the lady looks at you as though you're deficient. Then you hand her cash, she yells at the other cashier to put that amount on the pump. You have to over estimate, as you have to return the car with a full tank, and when you've finished you have to go back inside, queue up again, and watch two grown women stand there and puzzle over how to get the machine to issue a refund. All because they can't get ...
... meal for a small size serving.
Then we went into the Federal Building where our bags were scanned and we went through a metal detector. The exhibit in there was quite interesting and revolved around the National Park type sphere. Someone called out that there was a 45 minute walking tour of the 1964 earthquake. We decided to do that.
Roger was our guide and he was a very informative person. He showed us a few places that ...
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