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Friday July 12, 2013
Today we visited Earthquake Park in Anchorage. This is a small park with a steep cliff and bluff overlooking Cooks Inlet and the whole Anchorage area. Several areas of the Anchorage area including the towns of Whittier and Homer have dropped over 5-20 feet when an earthquake struck on Good Friday March 27, 1964 followed by a tzunami that had a water surge of over 27 feet. The downtown area of Anchorage was destroyed with the ...
... were relieved to see that check-in was open so we could get rid of our cases straight away.
We approached the desk to be informed that our flight was delayed for 2 and a half hours because of the backlog resulting from the plane crash on Saturday. This meant we would arrive in San Francisco with less than the minimum time required to make our connection to Anchorage. So we were provisionally booked on a later flight just in case. That 19 and a half hours ...
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We toured around the city streets and then ventured outside the city centre where we saw the effects of the earthquake from 1964. Whole areas of land including houses sunk under adjacent ground. We also saw the seaplanes in the marinas docked in berths just like you'd see a boat. Being able to fly here is important due to the lack of roads ...
After a bit of a lie-in I gathered my things and checked out of the Alyeska Hotel this morning. I set off towards Anchorage, returning to the starting point of my travels having been all the way north to the Arctic Ocean, a good way east (into the Yukon), done a figure-of-eight through central and south-eastern Alaska and skirted the south-central coast. Almost 2,500 miles on the clock and much of ...