Bowman's Bear Creek Lodge
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... found. The track was good, the switch-backs few (zig-zags, remember?) and the steps from boulder to boulder not too wide, although frequent. The party had agreed that the second significant knob at 2445 feet above the glacier was the destination, as we were pushed for time. When we got there, Cheryl brightly asked if any would like to go on to the top. I set off (with John and Derek) on the basis that it was our final day, and my legs had lasted this far so they might get ...
MILES DRIVEN 120 Miles CITY Hope, AKWHETHER 47L/70H
The 6th we rented bikes and road the Coastal Trail around the south side of Cook Inlet. Anchorage has paved bike trails just about every where.
The 7th was a grocery restock day so we started it at the commissary. Then it was off to IHOP for the 57th year anniversary 57 cent pancakes. After lunch Barb headed down to the yarn shop and I headed to ...
A full week of Hope!!!! Yippee!! We couldn't wait to get back to Hope to spend more time exploring. Spending this last week there left us feeling more satisfied, and very happy that we made the decision to go back.
We found a nice site right on the creek on Resurrection Creek Rd. and it was a really great location. However, upon arriving we were greeted with the smell of dead fish and were apalled to find scores of ...
Woke up to Kriss cooking breakfast eggs, bacon potatoes toast with Fireweed jelly. Drove to Williwaw Fish overlook, no salmon here yet! Visited Begich Boggs Glacier Visitor Center and on to Whittier through the 2 mile long tunnel. Walked through the docks and the cruise ship shops.
Followed a cat to fresh water and a fish cleaning station. Drove around the school, apartment building ...
... been on a cruise. I learned early on that I'm not a good candidate for large group travel when I was 19 and went to Rome for a summer abroad. The first three days, they loaded us on a bus and took us to all the major sights so we could get our bearings before they turned us loose. The first three days were my least favorite, but I relished every minute of the rest of it. Now I really enjoy walking tours - for a few hours - but that's enough. Planning this was ...