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... he would win a trivia game if all the questions were about Anchorage,as his mind was full of it.
We had a pit stop at Girdwood,which is the ski field for Anchorage and has the longest black run in the U.S. It is quite funny as they are really big on the longest, shortest, fastest etc.In Alaska we went through the longest tunnel in North America to one of the weirdest towns in North America.
Wittier was established as a deep sea port by the ...
... the walls added to the lodge type of atmosphere. It was definitely a tourist stop but good.
We planned on staying in the Walmart parking lot for the night so we were surprised to see it was posted with no overnight parking signs every 10 feet. I counted 13 RVs set up to stay for a while but Bud said that we would be the lucky ones who got towed. I figured that maybe since this Walmart was in the heart of the city, ...
... but overcast.
A couple of kms down the road we come to Grand View RV Park, which does indeed have a GRAND view, and has lots of vans staying there, and explains why our place was empty, though quite a few people turned up at the restaurant.
We follow the Matanuska glacier down the gorge for a few miles, getting photos where reasonably safe, but most of the parking places are on the wrong side of the road, and you have to cross double lines to get to ...
... in an average area of town. I have a nice hotel booked in the city for when Ineke arrives on Friday, so I will have to make do. It was raining hard so I decided to leave the bike at the hotel and catch a taxi into the city. Although if I knew how hard it was to catch taxi's in Anchorage, I probably would have braved the wet weather on the bike. The rest of the week has been spent exploring Anchorage ...
... fare of trail mix and dried meat (no whale or caribou unfortunately) and terminated by the growing volume of barking and yelping dogs eager to get back on the trail. The short winter days meant that our last miles down the frozen Sushana River were done in a magical twilight running behind a happy and silent dog team. Fresh moose tracks were common but, perhaps fortunately as dogs like to chase moose, we encountered none.
At the cabin we tethered and fed our ...