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... Seafarer's Memorial. We also took a look at the tree that sat in front of Jean Keene's home that the eagles sat on when she fed them. We also found two sandhill cranes in the slough across from Beluga Lake.
On the way back to the campground we visited the eagle's nest catching mom sitting in a nearby tree and the little eaglet looking out at her.
Tomorrow we start our journey toward Valdez.
... The new location was easier to fish but then the rain increased. In 200’ of water, it became a real fishing frenzy and the yells, “Fish Up” came in unison from both sides of the boat. We had been asked to yell when our fish was close to the surface so the crew could bring in the fish and the 3lb. lead weights wouldn’t knock out the cabin windows or other fishermen. Within about an hour and half, all 25 ...
We loved the view from the top of the hill of snow-capped mountains across the inlet, & we could see the town and the Spit against a backdrop of misty, snowy mountains. We made our way down & drove onto the Spit to inspect the RV sites. There was a great old sort of pirate ship on one side which is used as a house according to Milepost, and the Salty Dawg Saloon looked inviting, but we needed to ...
... up in the rocks shooting footage of two guys in camouflage gear with sniper rifles! Was hopeful maybe it was a Jason Bourne or Bond movie and perhaps one of them was Matt Damon or Daniel Craig (actually anything other than a real sniper). Turned out to just be shooting a commercial. Not so exciting after all.
Next we went to visit an Iditarod dog team for a sled ride through the Forest. The Iditarod is a 1,000 mile yearly mushing event from ...
... off the plane, and we travel across the tundra and some mud along the way so it was easier than getting your feet wet and cold.
Where we land is part of the Katmai National Park across from Kodiak Island. We see the start of the Aleutian Mountain Range as we go. And, even a couple of volcanoes one of which is still steaming. We land on a small lake and walk about 15 minutes to our first bear viewing site as we see two and ...