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... cream shop in Girdwood. On the way back home we saw some dall sheep below the road near a little pond. They were the closest sheep I've ever been near. We did not see much after that for the remainder of the night.I was so excited that my dad was coming home so I Troyes to stay up all night to wait for ...
... no idea how expensive it would be. For lunch I found a patisserie that was perfuming the sidewalk with tantalizing aromas of buttery ham and cheese croissants...not fair. I grabbed a couple along with a lemon blueberry scone and a chocolate-filled puff pastry. Mmm!
We turned the wheel to the south and made for Soldotna to view the salmon run. Cooper Landing, about midway down the Kenai Peninsula, is ...
... crafts influence came from. We had breakfast at the most interesting little place called The Roadhouse. It was a bakery, a family style restaurant and a bunk house. We walked in and found four seats at long tables with mismatched chairs and had our meal together with those sitting at the same table. We had some great conversations with everyone. Behind our table were rooms going off the hall with bunks for hikers and such needing a place to stay. They were ...
... and after dinner walked out to read the commemorative plaques. We stopped about 300 yards from our van to admire and photograph a Bald Eagle, then noticed unexpected activity near our rig. A couple of trucks had pulled in, people were pointing cameras, then we saw them - three grizzly bears who'd just strolled past our (vacant) window, and we'd missed them. We legged it back as quickly as possible, much ...
On the way back to the Visitor centre we take a paved path out to a rock outcrop which bears the scars of glacier action, then we take the lift up to the Visitor Centre, where we pay our $3 each, get a wrist band, and decide to spend some time rather than run for the bus. The Centre has some good exhibits on the glacier history, glacier dynamics, and, of course, Global Warming.
Back to boat for lunch, and can’t resist an hour’s sleep after ...