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... June Tangle Lakes Camping to Sheep Mountain Lodge
We have breakfast of raisin bran and banana with milk, and Murray manages a coffee once the 8am curfew on generators is lifted. We drop off our garbage, and just after 9am head out to the main road and drive towards the village of Tangled Lakes, taking photos back at the camp site and across the lake. At mile 114 the gravel ends, and we are finally back on a tarred road.
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... of the day at the Anchorage museum, which is a very nice museum. I was glad we went at the end of the trip, because much of the art depicts places we’ve now been, and many of the other exhibits pertain to things we’ve heard about—the Tlingit, the Russian era, and so on. The exhibits are somewhat out of date—the Exxon Valdez incident, for example, is described as having occurred 10 years ago, but we enjoyed ...
... a very relaxing day today, but all good things must come to an end. It was time to head to the airport and head home.
I think we all agree it was a great trip, but at the same time we were looking forward to getting back home. We saw so many amazing things and had quite a few adventures along the way. We saw humpback whales, killer whales, sea lions, harbor seals, more sea otters than we could count, many bald eagles, and had ...
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