Grand View Inn and Suites
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... buy groceries and find an air compressor. I got the fanciest air compressor WalMart had, and gave it a try. The tire gauge registered no air, so I started airing up the airride, only to run out of battery charge on the compressor- and it took 6 hours to charge; and the cigarette lighter cord was only 8 feet long. This was not working. So - we took the dogs for a long walk around the park. Some leftovers for dinner, and we were ready to get things ready to leave the next ...
... the writing of a grant proposal & a senator was due to visit the Food Pantry so we said our goodbyes in case I didn't get to see him in the morning. Sheila & I sat around chatting in the lounge & watching tele. I had told her & Eddie about Airbnb & Sheila spent ages on her mobile 'fantasising' about where they could to go to stay & was suitably surprised at the cheapness of some of the accommodation such as in Palm Springs.
I still hadn't done ...
... village exhibits so we went together.
After nearly an hour spent looking at the replica houses & exhibits outside we went back in to watch some of the dancing as a new session had begun but then there wasn't much time left before the Centre closed so I hurredly looked around the museum part, which, although I had seen many similar things before in other museums etc I had visited I still found them most interesting. Too soon it was time for me to ...
Day 98 - Today's drive was from Valdez to Palmer 268 miles! Some of the roads were good, some better and some under construction! Remember, 2 seasons in Alaska - Winter, and Construction! Then the last 75 were up to 2,150 feet of climbs and dives and hairpin turns. Everyone was pretty tired by the time they arrived.
Our treat for today was to go to a Reindeer Farm! Well, ...
... jackpot. We would fish this place morning and night for the next few days, always reaching the regulation limits too soon. The next day, the four of us plus Josh embarked on a wildlife cruise in Resurrection Bay. We saw every creature imaginable, and even saw the Dahl porpoises playing games and racing with the boat. I always get seasick, even on a boat like that, so I spent the cruise on the top deck in the fresh air, drenched because yes, it was still raining. That evening, Dad ...