Embassy Suites Anchorage
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Today is another lovely fine day, the 7th in a row!! Clear & warm, with wonderful visibility, of mountains & glaciers & glacial lakes & rivers...
We've been in the area around Anchorage for about a week now. Initially we hurried here to see the bore tides, when, on days with extremely large tidal range, the tide rushes in to the confined Turnagain Arm area, forming a wave ...
... and very vocal communicators that employ a diversified language of clicks, whistles, and clangs. Belugas can also mimic a variety of other sounds. Oh well, maybe on our next trip. We arrived and checked in and immediately began packing and cleaning out all that we have collected in the past 4+ weeks. We gave a lot of food and cleaning items to a little family that lives here and seemed to really need them. We have 2 suitcases and a box to ship home tomorrow ...
... when we left and began our saga into Denali Natl Park. What an adventure! Although fog and rain obscured our long view of the mts, the glorious fall colors of the tundra were breathtaking. We stopped when wildlife was sighted...we saw moose, Dahl sheep way up on the mts, bear...one was a mother with her cubs...caribou and we stopped rather frequently for bathroom stops. They supplied us bag lunches which we ate en route to Kantishna, the ...
... times. The years were 1981 to 2007, so that includes all the years my brother David lived there. Not hard to imagine that he might have ridden on that exact plane--near certainty that he saw it fly in and out!
Great photo on the plane filled with Caribou. I wonder where they were going!
Spent an hour or so after that watching float planes take off and land; the aviation museum is right on ...
... earthquake in recorded history.
Denny and I walked along the Coastal Trail here in Anchorage which led to Earthquake Park. The park is situated on the exact spot of a neighborhood, Turnagain Heights, that literally fell into Cook Inlet as a result of a landslide created during the earthquake. Trees have grown up during the years but as ...