Coast International Inn
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Set off to Anchorage, thinking we would be there by lunch, but too much to see. Mountains, lakes, forests, rivers and glaciers all day. Amazing scenery that the camera cannot do justice to. Stopped to look at Talzina Glacier, then coffee at Mendeltna Creek Lodge. One of the original wooden "roadhouses", built in 1939, open all year and in beautiful condition. Looked at Nelchina Glacier, then climbed to Eureka ...
... of us flying to Portland, rushing to catch an Alaska Air Lines flight to Seattle & then on to Anchorage, getting in at 11:30pm. Don't tell my parents, but we had no time to give them a call & I did feel horrible about this as we soared into the beautiful Portland skies & headed towards Seattle. With my nose pressed to the window, I felt a twinge of sadness for having moved away from all this beauty 14 years ago. But knew it would ...
... Twin Lake Villas in New London every other summer visiting family there! The boys all had a blast, riding bikes around the neighborhood and just playing. They even rode to the Rand's house to play on their slack line. Then we got a call they were on their way back but had to wait for the moose to get off the trail. After a very enjoyable night we all crashed. Tomorrow we will explore ...
The day started off with egg sandwiches and lots of smiles. Our first stop was the Anchorage museum. It's sleek modern outside disguised it's rustic ancient artifacts. The exhibits ranged from modern science and art to ancient Indians tools, clothes and weapons. There was one whole entire floor dedicated to washed up trash in the ocean. This exhibit consisted of trash art and info on trash decomposing. The next stop was ...
... it’s over a year since Murray’s driven on the right-hand side of the road) to the Dimond Centre mall, a block down the road, being very careful crossing the gutter, swinging wide on the turns, watching the lane markers, making a left turn and ending up on the correct side of the road, and finding a parking spot with plenty of room all round.
We walk a long way from the safe parking spot to the WalMart supermarket, load up with fruit, bread, butter, ...