Lake Hood Inn
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... spirit watching wildlife in their natural habitat.
I also forgot the story of a possible close call. One of our groups was lunching on a ridge, when they noticed another group waving at them. The first group waved back, thinking their fellow travelers were being friendly. But the waving got more frantic. Finally the first group turned around and saw a black bear not far away. But they also noticed the bear was ignoring them and ...
... around the fact that some 99% of the world doesn't have a zip code.
Anyway, we finally got on the road, and headed up the highway back to Anchorage stopping every so often to take in the views along the Turnagain Arm. It's all a bit incestuous. Captain James Cook arrived in 1778 looking for the Northwest Passage. In Cook's expedition was George Vancouver who came back on his own expedition in 1794 and named the inlet 'Cooks Inlet'. Also on Cook's voyage ...
We have internet access at the Anchorage airport, so I'll do one final update. We had a relaxing day driving from Healy to Anchorage. We stopped at Denali State Park and did a 5 mile hike around Byers Lake. It was a nice hike, apart from being attacked in areas by the Alaskan Air Force (mosquitoes), and we had great views of that mountain again across a ...
... 8211; an event delayed by an unfortunate technicality that requires the Anchorage sister city committee (a publicly funded body) to invite the residents of Anchorage to all their events. While I’d be pleased with such a rock star welcome, the committee’s budget cannot afford enough reindeer sausages and moose burgers to feed some 392 643 guests. We await advice from the lawyers.
Aside from slowing the global descent into savagery, ...
... out for a decent coffee so we found an ok place that also had cakes including individual cheesecakes topped with bacon (what is it with the bacon obsession??). Coffee shop was next to a couple of local artisan shops which Julia & I enjoyed and even Jeff didn't seem to mind. Added to our luggage weight a little bit.
Early night for JG. Jeff and I found a Mexican place for dinner - only $20 for two people including tip! Food is super cheap ...