Kenai River Sportfishing Lodge
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... what seemed like a normal stack of pancakes, but when they arrived, there were three huge pancakes that covered the whole plate. The waitress mentioned that she had never seen anyone finish three of those pancakes (I would not be the first, finishing less than half of the stack). Dad had an order of French toast and Sue had an omelet.
After breakfast, we headed toward Girdwood, where we planned to take a gondola to the top of a mountain at the Alyeska Resort to ...
... bun (SteveC getting half and Patty and Sue splitting the other half). Dad went more traditional, with eggs, potatoes, and toast. To make a long story short, the cinnamon bun was no challenge for SteveB. He finished it easily. And they were extremely tasty!
After breakfast, we loaded up the van to begin the long journey to the Kenai Peninsula. The drive is about 325 miles, so there were no real plans other than to make the drive, get settled ...
... up-truck carrying a fishing boat). The employees are all college kids waiting tables, cleaning rooms, and driving vans. On their days off, they hike the wildness areas, fish, bike, and interact outside our motorhome. Oh, to be young again and interact with nature while being watched by mosquitoes and old geezers. Well, anyway, that's how our RV park came into being, and that's how this old prince ended up staying with his young princess ...
Back to the Kenai River, but this time for a raft trip on our last full day in Alaska. We "slept in" this morning because we did not have to be there until 10:30AM. The initial weather forecast was not great so we dressed in many layers. After breakfast at the B&B, I worked on updating the blog and Dan ran around the B&B property taking lots of photos. We then drove to Alaska Rivers Company a couple miles ...
... are created equal. To complete this wonderful day, we drove into the Kenai Princess RV resort to relax for a couple of days.
Today we went for a hike down to the Kenai River. We crossed paths with a black bear. Not sure who ran first, the bear or us....... Sorry no pics. Afterwards, we walked to the lodge for a cold beer and a wonderful view of the Kenai river and mountains from deck.
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