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... And then they were built to protect them in a storm. Native teenagers work in the center during the summer and are excellent guides preserving their heritage Yip! That's the word they used to end a sentence! All school children learn their tribes language as well as English. One of the young girls knew 21 languages.! Impressive. We drove out the Seward Hwy to look for Beluga Whales, nada but we have three more times we'll drive by the area so hopeful! Large salmon were spawning ...
... I came home and filleted all the fish caught the first day. The salmon tasted delicious and was fresh, now we have enough salmon to eat for days. We took a break and watched a movie. We then went hiking up to the top of flat top mountain (the mountain we live on). It was a great view when you could see all of Anchorage in the surrounding mountains. The hike was really fun and we all enjoyed ...
I had Friday, June 20th to myself as Tess had to work, so I borrowed her bike and planned to explore the Coastal trail that went 10 miles to Kincaid Park with stops at Resolution Point, Westchester Lagoon, Earthquake Park and Point Woronzof Park in between. I also stopped to make a trek down the ocean to see how cold it would be (not bad!). Resolution Point, on a good day, offers views of Mt. McKinley in faraway Denali National Park, however, I was unsuccessful of catching any views ...
... to miss it, so go straight to the park for a look at where the land dropped up to 4 metres in the 1964 quake which lasted up to 6 minutes, a long time for an earthquake. The area has good shared bike paths through thick forest, but we don't have a lot of time, and the mosquitoes are pretty savage, so do a short walk then back to the van, and go to find Chilkoot Charlie's.
This is a complex of bars in a log cabin style, most of a city block. There is no food on ...
... cleaned up, in some areas if you dig a few inches into the shoreline, you will find tar balls. The native people here say that the oyster beds have never recovered from this oil spill, and the area is not even close to how pristine it was before the spill. The beauty and the remoteness of Prince William Sound is not describable. A photo does not do it justice. When the captain turned off the boat engines, except for the birds calling, you could hear a pin drop. ...