Alaska's North Country Castle Vacation Stay
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... is a ladder for them were 3 large King Salmon, some large coho and smaller pinks. There were a few fishermen up there who were most impressed by these fish and envious that they were in a protected part. But it did show that the salmon run is close to starting.
Then we went to take a photo of a large mural of the Iditarod. When we got back to the car I noticed a parking fine note on the window! It was for $35. We saw a parking inspector walking around so I went over to ask about ...
... to pick up our wine for dinner at Ken and Helen's, and along the street was a VERY LARGE male moose. Or at least his posterior. He was much more interested in dinner than portraiture, so we settled for a close up of his butt. Then, on the Ken & Helen's for a wonderful dinner of salmon and pork. They have a unique house on a runway - they don't fly, but many of their neighbors have planes out back.
... was heavy traffic so we did not get a good view.
We finally made it into downtown Anchorage and we wanted to walk around a little. It was drizzling pretty hard. We were going to meet up with childhood friend of Karen’s and mine. We did a little bit of hopping and I stopped in for an obligatory beer at Darwin’s Revenge. William and I went there 10 and 12 years ago. Same old dive bar. We had ...
... grande meals both crunchy; you want what?; Two grande meals both crunchy; one grande meal, crunchy or soft tacos?... Read Sheryl M's review here: http://www.yelp.com/biz/taco-bell-soldo tna)-and in the very dim light we quickly set up camp on the beach as it started to drizzle. We zipped up the tent just in time to listen to the rain patter on the canvas. Poor Dawson was restless all night and we had to be up to catch the water taxi at 8 am, so no one slept well.
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... 2pm) and it’s a bit early for a drink, so we take a couple of photos and leave. Dianne wanted to get some photos of the bar, which included the clientele, but Murray was interested more in protecting their privacy and his own nose, and declined. We set a long course back to the hire company via service stations which fill propane bottles. The first one is on the wrong side of a rather large road, and the second one could have been reached on a much shorter course.