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... Lake Hood at the Airport for our trip in the float plane out to Redoubt Mountain Lodge on Cresent Lake which is in the Lake Clarke National Park.
3 planes left "Rust's" ours was an 8 seater..Beaver. It was magnificent , the trip took just over an hour and we flew across Kenai National park and Oil rigs and fishing camps, it was just so gorgeous from the air. When we arrived the lake was a Glacier one so flying in it was that ...
... a sweetie and Graham and Merri are great parents. We've enjoyed a weekend here seeing downtown Anchorage, hiking in a park and just visiting and cuddling Teddy. After almost 2 months without seeing a familiar face it is so great to be with family! We will be back here with them next weekend but we'll spend this week camping near Hatcher Pass and/or Eklutna Lake.
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Carrie & ...
... sit on my flight to Philly exhausted from just recalling everything we accomplished. I'm thinking ahead to the next few days of work and the packing that still needs to be done and simply wishing I was back on top of Flat Top with Tess. Well, folks! That concludes my amazing Alaskan Adventure with a great friend and her great life in Alaska! Unfortunately it's time to head back to reality and pack up the apartment. Next up: moving to ...
Oh, what an amazing way to spend 7 days. I do believe I have kept up my walking plan of at least 4 times around the deck, sometimes more. Today a pod of dolphins, a whale or two, tails slapping the water. All will be taken home with me as wonderful memorable occasions. Most of the time it has been calm, although later in the afternoon the Port side of the deck was quite wet, so their must have been quite ...
... at Paxton ~135 mi to the east (Paxton is where Randy and I ate lunch a few days ago and it is the site of one of the roadhouses where James Harris and his sons stopped on their winter journey from Valdez to Fairbanks.) The Nenana has gone on to the south and we’re following the Cantwell River now. It is a clearwater river and another of the many shallow, “braided streams” that I’ve seen in Alaska. Cantwell is the gateway to the Valdez Creek ...