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... with the largest being the Surprise Glacier. You don't realize how big these glaciers are until you are able to compare it to a ship that is nearby. Later we went into the Barry Arm which has three glaciers next to each other: The Coxe, The Barry and The Cascade Glacier. Two of these, The Coxe and The Barry used to come together where the ice and water meet, but now the ice has receded so that they are now 8 miles apart so the effects of global warming ...
... look encouraging.
The God's were smiling on us. Woke up to sunshine and hot, hot, hot. Great day to see stuff.
Anchorage has a hugh variety of museums. We spent the first day at the Alaska Native Heritage Center. An amazing place to learn about the cultures of Alaska. The grounds are sectioned off around a pond so you walk from one culture to another. Here we found such peace and traquility. ...
... of Cook Inlet, Knik Arm. A 20 mile ride connected by parks and lakes. We plan to do this one again when we return to Anchorage next week. The prettiest 20 mile ride we have ever done.
Back at our motorhome, we had our new friends for dinner on two nights, and spent a lot of time cleaning everything, including a bath for the Bug and CC at Maxi-Wash. We had to bring in stock (wine) for our trip to the Kenai Peninsula ...
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Travel specialists can prearrange any wheelchair or special need that someone in your travel party may have. They can also take the time to make sure your reserved accommodations are safe and easily accessible for the special needs traveler.
... of the Alaska Highway by traveling it in historic military vehicles.
Association members will accompany the convoy in their RV's, which will serve as support vehicles. The convoy will launch at Dawson Creek, B.C. On 4 August and travel approximately 4,100 miles in 27 days, returning to Dawson Creek on 30 August.
Military vehicles were the backbone of the Alaska Highway construction project. Building the road would not have been possible ...
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