Lake Hood Inn
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... was so good, we ate dinner there, too. We then went to the top floor of the Captain Cook hotel - the Crow's Nest for after dinner drinks and picture taking.
It will be a short night as we will be up early tomorrow to board the viewing train to Denali.
... I am in anchorage.
By the time I got home I just wonted to fall to sleep so I dragged my self to bed.
At the hostel it was so worm the kitchen was rely big. the beds had a lot of room and where rely comfortable. getting out of bed was a struggle as i wonted to keep sleeping but there where more fun things to do. the hostel can holed a class of students and is a decent prise to pay.
... sockeye salmon goes from being a sleek silver streak to a hook-nosed, hump-backed red-bodied fish with a green head!
Anyway, enough biology, Kenai probably has more returning, spawning salmon than anywhere else in the world, so Nigel reckoned the odds were with him and couldn't wait to cast in his line. This often meant standing, almost literally, shoulder-to-shoulder with other anglers.
But at ...
... hike to the Byron Glacier, where we could look back across to another glacier on the other side of the valley (today's picture). Then we stopped to watch the bore tide come into the Turnagain Arm, and drove on up to Anchorage and had dinner at Olive Garden. On to Valdez ...
... wildlife Conservation Centre, a non-profit organisation which has a program to raise orphan or damaged wildlife and promote endangered species. They have a large herd of Wood bison, bred from the remnant herd they have in Canada (observed by us in 1977 at Banff), and are taking part in releasing them into the wild. They also have a herd of Akun Elk which they will use to reintroduce them to Akun Island in the Aleutian Islands.
We take photos of the bison herd ...