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We packed up camp and said our goodbyes to Webey and Derrick and headed back to Anchorage. Halfway through our drive we made a stop at a national park for a few scenic hikes and were fortunate enough to see our first (and last) black bear of the trip. He was scurrying across the road so we only caught the back half of him, but hey! a bear is a bear! Engineer Lake was much larger than ...
... The two all day wildlife-watching boat trips, in Sitka and Seward, were close runner-ups. We approached activities with the idea that we had already spent the money to get here, we might as well do as much as we could. I suspect that by arranging day trips independently, we got much smaller groups and paid less than a cruise line would have charged. One of the best perks of independent traveling was meeting Alaskans. They are friendly people, just ...
... times as many aircraft per capita than the rest of the USA.
After leaving Lake Hood behind I rode back through a residential area before reaching the coastal trail for the final leg into Anchorage. I had no idea of the time so asked 2 policeman who looked as though they were 'interviewing' a few young people, it was 10.45pm & there were still plenty of people walking along the trail, including some with children. It appears that people stay up later here, ...
... We had dinner on the patio in order to watch that activity for awhile. When one plane with only two passengers and at least 500 lbs. of gear landed, I couldn’t resist. After quizzing the two guys, I learned that they had been out in the bush the last 6 weeks filming brown bears for a Disney Documentary, scheduled for release next year. Interesting discussion to say the least.
We arrived in Anchorage on Sunday, and my friend Barb and her friend Anne joined us here. We have spent most of our time taking care of life's little necessities: picking up Barb's RV, restocking on groceries, getting the oil changed in the truck, and best of all, Dorothy and I got pedicures! We all felt a little "culture shock", getting back into a city, with actual traffic lights and traffic. Many ...
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