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... for hardy surfers to ride for many miles as it comes in over the mudflats.
This was a good place to meet up with Joyce & Alistair (yacht "Dresden" & Whangaparaoa friends) in their RV, to share the odd wine & stories of the places we'd been, wildlife we'd seen, as we'd both followed basically the same route. Wonderful times.
It has continued to be easy to find lovely ...
Thank goodness that a little red car was stopped in one of those slow vehicle pull-out lanes or I might never have seen a black bear. We were beginning to believe that the bears somehow knew there was a border between the Yukon and Alaska and dared not cross. But this little red car, where cars don't go drew my eyes to the rocks above and a black bear eating dandelions once again.
We left Seward this morning in the rain, much like we had heard anytime we awoke ...
... winged eagle. I wasn’t able to see the Sitka black tailed deer, maybe I will while I’m in Sitka!! On Annie’s suggestion, I headed to Whittier, The Gateway to Prince William Sound. What an experience! The Anton Anderson Memorial Tunnel is the longest (2.5 miles) highway tunnel in North America, and also designed for -40’ F and 150 mph winds. It is a single lane tunnel also used by the Alaskan Railway- so I drove right on the railroad tracks! It is the only ...
... the spit, a four mile gravel bank jutting out into beautiful Kachemak Bay, there are boats that haven't sailed for decades, huddled in an untidy, colourful picaresque mass: one has been home for many years to a family with five children.Boats in the harbor unaware of Gregwynk Glacier sneaking up on them
... a discernible wave front.
As we proceed along the northern shore of the Arm, beside the railway line, and are getting towards where we will have a scenic stop, we see parked cars and people out and looking up the cliffs. We stop a fair way past, and the driver asks if we want to walk back for a look. We go with another couple, and walk far enough back to get a view and photos of a Dall sheep high on the rocky cliff above the road. While we were distracted by the ...