Extended Stay America - Anchorage - Midtown
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... on and even now, Kevin is out and already fixed his throttle. We swapped some better wind guards on my handlebars as the wind on the hands has been cold even with the heated grips. We need to eventually fix my headset as I can here Kevin no problem but he has trouble hearing me over 35 MPH, probably due to wind noise.
We will meet Joe Law (Kevin's friend with the boat we stayed in) for lunch and then continue up to Talkeetna by tonight.
... lake right in front of where I was trying to fish. This went on for all of 20 minutes before she wandered off into the woods.
The second event was an eagle, it flew into a tree just over my head.. What made it different was after a few minutes I realized he was watching me fish. So we watched each other for a while when it occurred to me he was waiting for a hand out. ...
Steve and I woke up really early again - just can't seem to get our bodies adjusted to the time change yet - and went for a walk. Once the boys got up, it was another bike ride. They will really miss just getting on bikes and going once we leave here. Then we packed up and Charlyne dropped us off at Great Alaskan Holiday to get the RV. Checkout took a little longer than ...
... Wrangell- St. Elias National Park - the largest National Park in the country- 13.2 million acres. It was not established as a National Park and Preserve until 1980.
The Wrangell Mountains are beautiful, and here in Kennecott, the Root Glacier is the backdrop to the historic mill site. There is a two mile trail that runs all along the glacier moraine and leads to the ice of the glacier. It was so ...
... up to the creek. The area was pretty with a rushing creek, with quite a few people up there. I guess if you had a lot of time and patience maybe you could find something, we had neither...... On the path to/from the creek we saw what we believe to be bear poop.....
Next stop: Hotel Aleyska, we made the turn into Girdwood. I had a bakery picked out for lunch, but didn't have the address and we never saw it, so ...