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... view flying through the mountains though as the cloud cover was thick nearly all the way. Checked into one of two rooms at the pilot lodge at Merrill Field Airport where looking out the window affords a view of hundreds of small planes. Does everyone in Alaska travel by plane? At dinner not only did we eat crab cakes and crab legs and salmon and rock fish, we watched a hundred people stand knee deep ...
Most of today was spent traveling. It was a beautiful day to fly and the scenery from the plane windows was breathtaking. We arrived in Anchorage to a perfect day; low 70's, and bright blue sky's. Bill picked us up at the airport and brought us to their house. We took a quick trip to Cabbalas to get a rain coat for Quinn (praying that this act ensures no need for it and that this gorgeous weather ...
... a lot of small but pretty plants and flowers by the road, and good scenery across the valley. We walked past the Thorofare Pass sign, very impressive at elevation 3950, until you remember it is in feet, not metres. Two men from the bus walked past us, and not long after, a passing bus driver warned us to stay on the outside edge of the road because a grizzly bear and cubs have been reported uphill in this area. Murray is happy to wait here for our bus, but the men are ahead ...
... else to stay and we were very tired. Must say though, our dinner there was very yummy, good old fashioned pub grub. Left about 9am next morning. Drove through Sourdough, Glenallen, taking in the Valdez pipeline. Back through Anchorage, then on to Seward on the Kenai Peninsula. Stayed at the Seward Hotel, hmm $250 for the night. Boy, things are expensive in Alaska, especially during Summer. Checked out the Matanuska Glacier. Next day we arrived at Homer. Fantastic ...