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... We could hear them crunching on the bones. The cubs weren’t catching any,so they had to rely on their mothers to feed them.
We saw a bald eagle and then later a juvenile one. The bald eagle was eating some salmon helped along by a magpie. The magpies were also around the bears eating their scraps. I think the bald eagle actually was eating the scraps left by the bears.
Can’t write any more as I am too tired after such a fantastic ...
... Mt Ranier hiking/sightseeing day, Kenai Fjords all day boat cruise, and our stay at Denali's North Face Lodge.
Least favorite town was Seward. Favorite was Girdwood (best food too). Quirkiest was Talkeetna.
The flight home left on time 5:45am (9:45am EST). With a 3+ hour layover in Minneapolis, we arrived back in Orlando at 9:30pm EST. The end of a very nice trip with wonderful friends.
Hope you enjoyed this year's blog and a sampling of our pictures.
... a curved bladed chopper), then the Oomingmak Musk Ox Co-op (very pricey woven goods, like scarves and hats), then over to 4th Street where the Iditarod sled dog race starts and plenty of touristy shops. In general, Anchorage is just like a medium city anywhere. It doesn't seem to have an overall character or architectural style to identify it.
After dinner and relaxing back at the hotel, we got back ...
... and enjoyed by each of us on the property. We arrived at this quaint village of Talkeetna, with a population of 900. Today for Americans it was Memorial Day, so their were many visitors around, as well as Buses of Tourists. I would say that all of the shops were geared for the Tourist Industry, but this area has a rich history. The town is situated on the confluence of three wild glacially fed rivers, the Susitna, Chulitna, and Talkeetna. ...
... the summer and winter visitors. Under the old homesteading laws, designed to populate the wilderness, Alaskans were able to select a block of land for minimal or no cost and gain ownership provided they undertook some improvements including building a dwelling. The heyday of homesteading may have passed but summer visitors to holiday cabins still swell the local population.
Often we followed the Iditarod Trail and stopped at lodges that are check points for the ...