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... We walked the trail to tour the examples of the dwellings of the six Alaskan tribes. Many of the houses were partly subterranean caves. My favorite was the tribe of the Copper River. The entrance was a small oval carved through an enormous cedar post. I was a bit concerned that Buddy might get jammed in the opening and have to be greased out. This tribe must be of small stature folks. Inside, richly painted red and black ...
... this trip, but this has definitely been some of the best.
It’s now nearly 8pm, getting late, but not dark, and we have no idea where we’ll spend the night. Our food supplies are low, and our information says Sheep Mountain Lodge (mile 113.5) has the best meals for miles around, so we decide to at least have dinner now. After parking the camper, we see that they also have half a dozen spots set-up with picnic tables and electricity for campervans, so decide ...
... the Glenn Hwy on into Anchorage on a four to six lane road and over the Matanuska, Knik, and Eagle Rivers. We finally found the Comfort Inn at Ship Creek which would take dogs and was not full for the two nights we wanted. Ship Creek is the urban fishing hole for folks from Anchorage and at dinner that night at Bridge Seafood, both sides of the creek were filled with fisherman because the king salmon were just starting to come ...
... most of the dog team is around the corner well before the sled. The resulting vector (that the sled is determined to follow) is the diagonal straight line between the sled and the new location of the dog team - i.e. through the trees, rocks, ice shelf or deep gully that necessitated the change in direction in the first place. Mostly, you solve this complex physics problem, Mike assured us in his easy style, by maintaining momentum as you approach the curve (i.e. hurtle towards ...
... wildflowers particularly took my eye. The shopkeeper explained about how the town was devastated by an earthquake in the 60's - most of 4th Street (the main thoroughfare) sank under the road. No wonder everywhere look so clean and new here - most of it is! Lunch was at Humpy's - a great alehouse with a choice of over 50 draught beers and a pledge of "no **** on tap"! We had a bowl of broccoli and cheese soup with a taster flight of Alaskan beers - superb. We ...