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... There are 101 pages in the general operating instructions, and a briefcase full of Winnebago manuals hidden in a cupboard.
We sort out the rental details, are happy with our travel insurance covering the $2500 excess, as the rest of the $45,000 value of the camper is covered by them, as is third party, and are ready to go. We check the vehicle for damage, finally locate the jack and wheel wrench, take a couple of photos, load up, and head out very gingerly ...
... crossed the Sierras we went right over Yosemite Valley and looked down on Half Dome and El Capitan. We got a great welcome to Alaska when we got up over the Prince William Sound - mountains, glaciers, ocean, with the late evening sun on the mountains, as in the attached picture. In spite of the fact that we left SFO at 7:30 pm and landed in ANC at 11:15 pm, the sun did not set the whole flight. Like I said, it was a long day, but it's good to be here. More ...
Got a 6am flight to Anchorage this morning. Flying over the Rockies was amazing! The mountains were beautiful and the cloud cover was magical. Saw the Captain Cook Memorial. Went to the Anchorage Museum. Was very fascinated by the Eskimo and the Indigenous cultures of Alaska. Had wild Alaskan salmon for dinner which was very ...
... mentioned in an earlier entry--people who live in cold places can sign up online to adopt the dogs who retire. The ranger today said that there was a really long line of people waiting (I could predict that!), and that, in fact, most of the dogs go to park staff. That makes perfect sense to me.
Following the demonstration, we headed out of the park and drove down to Anchorage. En route, our path was crossed by a huge cow moose, who ...
... glaciers with the Blackstone Glacier in the background. toward the end our cruise, we passed the Kittiwake bird rookery which is a very important bird here in Alaska due to it being one of the most popular items in the food chain of the Bald eagles. 10,000 birds inhabit this rookery. Nearby in a tree was a bald eagle, but we were ony able to see he back of his white head. Midway into the cruise we were served a lunch of fish and chips which was ...
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