Econo Lodge Airport Anchorage
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... Today after a potluck breakfast we visited the Alaska Native Heritage Center. The village consisted of several different authentic native homes showing regional difference in their life style and culture. This summers theme is "Living from the Land and Sea". There are 11 native Peoples in Alaska and they are referred by the names of their tribes. The word Eskimo is Russian and not used. Another misconception they don't live in igloos. Igloos were only used when the weather turned bad ...
... useful to bring are:
- rain jacket shell
- non cotton shirt for active gear
- detachable hiking pants
- rain pants
- RC only: trekking pole!
- waterproof backpack
- windproof gloves
- a hat!&sunglasses
At 9am I got dropped off at the airport by my big sis.
It's actually my first time after 7 years taking Delta flight. I have to say they improved LOTS!
First leg: It's ...
... 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 ...
... as I searched other areas of Alaska, it seems to be socked in everywhere. The only good news about that is that it should put the bad fire in Soldotna out completely. IF the weather were nice and clear in Talkeetna we would have a great view of Mt McKinley (Denali), but the chances for that are very slim. For those of you who don't know this, our beloved, deceased dog, Denali, was ...
... but will always be remembered!!! More and more and more snow-capped vistas as we drove the winding road into Anchorage. Dinner at Olive Garden and home by 9:30ish. All very tired both emotionally and physically from all we have seen and done. Such a divinely inspired creation we have seen and experienced. What a gift to have had this experience. Wednesday was a rest day for us. Rainy day...good to do laundry, organize and write! Dinner at ...