Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Anchorage Airport
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Day 24 - 24th June Fairbanks to Anchorage - 380 miles
We have a late start as Steve E has a puncture, so by the time it gets fixed it is nearly 1100 before we leave. Ron the Welsh man bike has a slipping clutch, so we help load his bike on the back of the support truck before we leave.
It is a slow journey as we encounter many …
A welcome day off from riding today. Tallulah gets taken to the motorcycle shop for a service and new back tyre. I leave her in the competent hands of the mechanics.
She is there all day, so a few of us decide to get a sightseeing flight across the Alaskan wilderness. Seven of us negogiate a deal and then pile into this 1949 Dehavelin …
... back whales, fin whale (2nd largest whale), couple dall's porpoise (these miniature dolphin look alikes) that were zigzagging literally right in front of our boat, sea lions, sea otters, harbour seals and a swarm of these beautiful moon jellyfish that were right around our boat. I once again took on my child stance and I would yell 'there it is' and start jumping and clapping much to the bewilderment of ...
I stared the day by eating breakfast as I get reddy to ex-poler the Katmai national park. It was a bout a 3 hour dive from anchorage. before I know it was time to go.
Arriving at the Katmai national park there was an abundant see of wildlife. It was a worm day and the river was clear, walking though the forest the birds where chirping as the trees ...
... I said, it's been months since I had the option to eat such things and I'm vacationing. No holding back. After that we stopped at Midnight Sun Brewing company and had some fantastic micro-brew delights. The staff was personable and on top of everything. The location is a bit off the beaten path but totally worth the trek out of town. For dinner we had reservations at the famous Crow's Nest on the top floor of the Captain Cook hotel. Which boasts a 10,000 bottle ...