Lost Lake Trailhead Lodge
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... the CANON-like booms of the ice crashing into the inlet!
Then...wait for it...wait for it... the cruiser rocked like a rubber ducky as we rode out the wakes of the crashing ice!
The "moon jellies" create great cloud-like formations in the calmer and warmer waters.
Oh...and the official state flower is the Forget Me Not.
... Anchorage to Kincaid Park. It was great: stunning views of the inlet, Sleeping Lady and Anchorage itself. It's a lot of work too - lots, of twists and turns and hills. People often see moose and sometimes bears on it, but we did not. We did stop at Earthquake Park and then again at the airport to watch the planes take off right over our heads. The very end of the trail was a mile long hill up to Kincaid Park. The views are supposed to be ...
... C, D and E (seriously, they were the street names) before settling into Christos for the most amazing seafood chowder, halibut and king crab. Tried and loved their speciality coffees (Peppermint Patty and Reviver) but demonstrated willpower to resist the 8 layer chocolate cake! The afternoon was spent ambling along the shore of the fjords chatting with the locals. Learnt that on July 4, Seward hosts a mountain race that attracts some 40 000 people to this tiny little community of 2 ...
... is oosik? It is the fossilized penis of a walrus…yes he made knife handles out of that and showed us a whole box of these. I guess business was slow due to the rain because he took us back in his shop and showed us how he made the knives. He had old equipment but he produced great quality knives. There were boxes full of different antlers in his shop. I was going to buy one until I found out the cheapest one was $300. ...
... I would be sleeping in my truck since I was too lazy tp set up my own tent. We built a campfire, drank some beers, and called it a night. I was up around 0600, and Varner awoke about an hour after. We hopped in the truck and headed for the harbor. Varner expertly cruised us out of the harbor and out into the ocean of Resurrection Bay. The day did indeed turn out to be gorgeous: mid 70s, sunny, and not a cloud in the sky. The absolute lack of wind made the ocean ...
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