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... August when we arrived, and I had to put my studded tires on the last week in September to prepare for snow. Alright, so I probably should write three more things to make it a nice even 10, but I'm goona call it a night. Long story longer, Ryan and I miss all of our wonderful friends and family, but we are pretty confident that Alaska will be a great place to call home. lastly, I promise to not let three months go by before my next post:) ...
... going out and the swift moving water coming in can create a wave up to 5
feet high. It is really something to see, along with the Alaskan surfers that
wait all month long to ride this large single wave that goes for miles.
While Barb cannot hike yet, she can paddle. We took advantage of that at Portage Lake and kayaked 1 1/2miles to a beach
area across from Portage Glacier. It was a ...
... to look like a stroll in the park! On the plus side, we were given meal vouchers because of the delay. Surprising how scrambled egg and smoked salmon washed down with a good cup of Yorkshire tea makes things look not quite so bad. Now, how can we fill the next 3 hours?
We finally boarded the plane at 1.30pm then proceeded to crawl along to the runway for the next hour. Come on United Airlines, no individual TVs or take-off and landing sweeties on ...
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... before being offered more free drinks for on the bar along the street. So we moved in there, enjoyed the atmosphere and our free drinks. I then noticed 3 people appear naked from the waist up painted entirely in white paint! They then proceeded to have their bodies painted by artists while a local band played. Very bizarre but entertaining at the same time.
We met a local woman who gave us lots of tips for Denali NP, I was getting very excited about visiting it now!