Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Anchorage Airport
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It was another of the terrarium trains and only took about 3 1/2 hours to get to Anchorage..
We did more sheep impressions and were deposited at our hotel..... still no WiFi...
Once settled in we found the restaurant and splurged on my waistline.. It smiling to it's self as it has not gained weight...
After having breakfast at Snow City- yummy, we walked down the street about half a block to a statue of Captain Cook and a viewing platform, then it was back to the hotel to check out and get on the road.
First stop: Walmart!
Walmart is Walmart no matter where you are!
Our first stop was at Potters Marsh a wetlands area that was created when the railroad/road was built. We walked most of the board ...
... around. The bathrooms are horrible but the larger RV parks in town are simply parking lots, with hookups. We are convenient to the freeway and only minutes from downtown. I have read many travelers skip Anchorage on their visit to Alaska, which would be a mistake. The Anchorage Museum gets a Gem and we spent a good part of a day there. We also took the Trolley Tour and that was well worth ...
... from there. Glacial silt in water that gives it a milky color is from rocks that have been finely ground to flour-like texture and then suspended in the water. The water itself is very clear, but appears milky from a distance from the swirling silt.
After a short stop in Denali to take on more passengers, we crossed Hines Creek - - the water is clear, from runoff and snow melt rather than glacier. It is a very pretty creek with a great old wooden footbridge crossing ...
... This store, on the outskirts of town, has EVERYTHING - all native made and beautiful! Wood carvings, soapstone and ivory carvings, native drums and paintings and baskets. Spirit masks. Art made from antlers, fossils and teeth and bones. Pelts and fur clothing. The last time we were here we bought a pair of fox fur booties for Quinn (we still have them). We browsed around the store for way too long. Quinn ended up getting a spirit ...