Anchorage Uptown Suites
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... the water and into the air. All of team managed to stay in the boat as it
landed in the pool below.
As we got out of the boat there was lunch set up on a table.
We ate a lot before we all went home.
Back at the hostel I had a nice worm shower. For
the rest of the day I decide to relax at home.
The day ended with a nice roast lamb for dinner and a bit of cheese cake for dessert. ...
I couldn't wait to sleep, my eyes were heavy but I was it finding hard to pass out, my mind was set on all the activities ahead. After another hour I drifted off. The room was warm and comfortable and welcome.
I woke up after a short sleep. I could not wait to get breakfast have a shower and look around the cabin. The water in the creek was running and moos where running around in the far distance. The weather was warm and sunny. I couldn't ...
A freezing night in the "turtle truck" last night. There is no electricity at the camp site and we hadn't driven the "turtle truck" all day, so it was cold right through. We put the gas heater on for a short time but are too scared to use it as the fan uses the battery up and we don’t know how long it lasts and we don’t want a flat battery. It would have been a great idea if we had learnt more about RVing. I think we were in bed at 6:30 as it was warm there.
We managed ...
... raining, and not obvious how long the trek is, so we give it a miss.
We see a strange little two storey house beside the road, miles from anywhere with a sweeping view across to the Deborah and Hess mountains and the Susitna River valley. Later along the Susitna River, we see snowy mountains obscured by rain and snow clouds, a frontier outpost doubling as a camping area, and get good views of the Susitna River before we drop down to cross the long, vertically ...
... in stereotypical Alaska with the great scenery. What became the norm on the road anywhere else would have served as national park highlights. It was really an incredibly beautiful road trip. In Seward we were given advice to go to Exit Glacier, about 20 minutes off the main road. As our first glacier up close it was an impressive sight. After a few picture stops from afar we parked and hiked to get even more up close and personal. Caroline and I went all the way ...