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- Pets allowed
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... stop at Independence mine (Gold ) which by all accounts
was a very progressive mine in its day, they had apartments for the miners with
families, a school, mess hall and also gave their workers annual leave. At the
peak of its production they produced nearly 35,000 ounces of gold which at
today’s rate would equate to over $17 million dollars’ worth a year.
Last stop was Knik River Lodge which was a great way to end
the trip, the cabins were lovely ...
Today we moved out of the rental house and into the Westmark Hotel downtown Anchorage. We checked in with Holland America, our land-sea excursion company. Bill and Debbie Duggan arrived this afternoon to join the group.
We had lunch at the Glacier ...
... the Sockeye Salmon turn bright red after they spawn. This also happens to be shortly before they die. There was no missing that fish in the clear water. Salmon do not have much interest in feeding after they spawn as they have used all their energy to swim upstream to lay their eggs. We stopped at Long Lake off the highway and Kevin went out to fish (I stayed in the RV). Kevin caught ...
... quickly found our hotel and the most expensive Denny's ever. After settling in at 10 pm---finally a chance to sleep. I am thankful for the blackout shades and wondering if the sun really ever went down?? Well, 80% chance of rain today, so I don't know if we will be able to tour Anchorage by bike today. 100% chance we will find a Walmart and stock up with snacks/PB&J for the next few days. Definitely--will get In as much site ...
... Sailing Master, one William Bligh of the Bounty fame, who named the arm of the inlet Turnagain Arm because he had to keep turning his boat to get up the inlet when Cook dispatched him to explore up river.
Stopped for a brief walk up the Bird Creek trail, then finally hit the outskirts of Anchorage. Drove straight to the Saturday Market on 3rd Avenue now knowing that it was open on a Sunday, and wandered down to the food vendor section for lunch. Then it ...