Jimmie Jack'S Alaska Lodge
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... and interesting conversations along with exciting scenery!
We left Whittier after the cruise and camped at Wiiliwaw CG. A beautiful and magnificent location! We came here on the recommendation of Linda and Roger, who we meet when camping in Sarah Palin's backyard (Wassilla). Linda and Roger also recommend we go to the Begich Bogg Visitor center.
... doesn't have fuel. We had planned to fill up again there. Also, the one hotel said they had a waiting list. I thought that's an odd thing to say so called back and it turns out, because the weather is so iffy and the only way to get there is by plane, they don't have many reservations. People just turn up and at 7:30 they know how many empty rooms they have. If there's anyone ...
... as the cereal was so sweet (I don't put sweetener of any description on my cereal not even oats), I couldn't eat it & it was the only time in my life, that I can recall, that I have thrown a bowl of cereal out. There was nothing that wasn't sweet on offer. I had seen another guest make a pancake & decided I would have one as I expected that to be sweet. I had to get instructions on how to operate the waffle machine & the same guest showed me what he puts on his ...
... was just icing on the cake. We finished the loop drive and went up into Cooper's Landing. There were a lot of people fly fishing in the river with an interesting cable driven ferry taking people across the river for $11. We decided not to support that little enterprise. Instead we headed back toward Kenai and drove out to the end of the road to the Captain Cook State Park. We had lunch and looked out of the Cook Inlet and ...
Bus to Seward for a Kenai Fjord Tour out of Resurrection Bay - named by the Russians as they found it on Easter Sunday. All this area devastated by earthquake and Tsunami in 1964. six hours on a boat much smaller that Diamond Princess. It was great to get up close to wildlife and the nicest day on the water the captain could remember.
We saw sea otters, mures, puffins, porpoises, steller sea lions, harbour seals and ...