Travel Blogs from Sutton
... door open to try to cool herself down!! Consequently she needed to go home for a shower first as she was so hot & sweaty!! She didn't make it till about 7.30pm. She, Connie & I went to took round the Fair leaving Eddie to check on all the gates & finalise the collection process including moving all the donated goods to the truck & van.
Sheila introduced me to a couple of friends of hers when we went to their stands, I bought some jewellery from one ...
We are now off the Kenai Peninsula and traveling down to Valdez. This RV Park over looks a Glacier and rugged mountain peaks. Again, lots of lakes and glacier rivers running. Alaska is such an area of diversity. You can't help but develop a "rubber neck" looking from side to side so that you don't miss anything...and yet I know that I have. Driving one way has a whole set of views, and then the return trip offers you even more!
Some days I have to ...
... in Homer we noticed that the rear shock kept bottoming out on the dips and bumps of the road. On closer inspection we discovered oil seepage from the piston. We were already planning a stop at the Motorcycle Shop in Anchorage for a t-shirt, so we used the opportunity to have them take a look at the problem
Although they didn't have any Ohlin parts on hand to replace the blown seal, their repair tech, Thomas, dug ...
... you can see in Alaska from the road. The glacier is 4 miles wide at its terminus and extends for many miles back into the Chugach Mountains.
Towards days end all you lady riders will know when your getting tired you can always use the "honey we need to stop before it gets dark" here its still light at 1 am in the mortning and the guys think they can ride till forever. Rats I will have to think of some other excuse to finish for the day!
WE MADE IT!
After a long day of traveling, we’ve finally arrived at camp! And believe it or not,
we’ve already had a crazy trip!!
The adventures started the night before our flight as Kate and I tried our hardest
to fit as much stuff in our suitcases as possible. I was impressed with how
much I crammed into my bag, but then Kate owned ...