Alaska Fishing Lodge - Wilderness Place Lodge
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... court. We are directed to 5th Avenue Mall, where we have a large and reasonably good sweet and sour chicken, BBQ pork and rice meal and a monster Coke for about $12. We walk back to the hostel via a park with a free concert for the Gay and Lesbian front, to find we have been upgraded to the luxury apartment, with ensuite bathroom and TV, and in the process, we have been left un-taxed. Dave has also organised a lift to the camper rental place for us in the morning – ...
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That being said, cruising up to Alaska has been big on our bucket list. People always talked about the scenery. Going through the Inside Passage on a ship seemed like the only way to see Alaska. It was beautiful but not quite what I had in mind. I pictured a winter wonderland, not just snow capped mountains here and there. I thought icebergs would be floating around us, not just near the glaciers, and although we went pretty early ...
Dispute an ominous rainy forecast we set off for Seward, a little coastal town about 90 miles south on the Kenai Peninsula. Oh my gosh, the scenery....mountains rising on both sides of the road, so very tall and mostly green. Some here and there capped with snow. Went around the Turnagain Arm and lakes stretching alongside mts. As far as the eye could see, mts upon mts! Just a glorious drive. In Seward we drove to Seavey's ididaride dog sled training site. We had ...
Drove back to Anchorage along the Seward Highway, stopped at Bird Creek to watch fishing, drove up to Alyeska Ski Resort to check it out, basically, took our time. We even visited the Alaska Zoo, to see some more animals! We returned to the Golden Nugget RV Park for the third and last time. It was time to pack up our personal belongings and prepare Blue for transfer to new owners, Mike and Laura.
The next morning we did lots of laundry, sorting and ...
Saturday, July 13, 2013
Anchorage. A city where, as you are traveling down Seward Hwy (Hwy 1) you have Cook's Inlet on one side of the road and the Rocky Mountains straight ahead. The tide goes out twice a day here with six hours in between. high tide and low tide. The tide goes out twice a day. When the tide is out, you can see all the way across the inlet. As you drive around the inlet, the snow-capped mountains are always in your sight. ...
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