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... flowers that are everywhere. Although the growing season in Alaska is short with many hours of sunlight each day flowers flourish and grow very large.
From there we wandered through the "tourist" area where gift shops abound. Making a few purchases here and there, we also stopped in a shop owned by Denise's friend, Sarah.
Ken was able to secure us ...
... wants us to do it if we want to. We do and the next traffic release was in about 5 minutes at 10:30am..... I start reading the brochure they give you and I'm thinking if Cathy read this no wonder she is a tad anxious.... "In case of emergency. Flashing white strobe light. Stop your vehicle, maintain a minimum of 35 feet between vehicles, turn off your engine, leave keys in the ignition and vehicle doors unlocked, evacuate all passengers to the nearest safehouse ...
Bing's Landing, a campground near Sterling where a moose calf came to visit and Morgan's landing where I baked biscuits.
Anchor Point, 'the most westerly highway point in North America', with wonderful views of the Aleutian Range, Bald Eagles and campsites on Anchor River where we stayed for three nights.
Brent is improving but still fighting the cold. Thankfully we were able to reschedule the fjord cruise we were supposed to take today until tomorrow.
We visited a reindeer farm today! The farm also had elk, horses, bunnies, and chickens.
... into the visitor's center and everyone was able to hold a 9 day old puppy. I believe the litter consisted of nine pups. They were so cute, and not a one of them was able to make it on the bus! We left the kennels and headed to Eklutna to visit the Eklutna Historical Park/St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church. We saw the oldest log church in mainland Alaska. We also saw the Athabascan cemetery. The Ta nai an tribe has the custom of the spirit ...