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Monday, August 11th – Drive to Anchorage – Day 35 of Caravan
Once again, our 242 mile travel day began with cloudy skies and light rain, but we don't mind as it keeps the dust down and doesn’t interfere with any activities planned.
Highway 3 South to Anchorage took us to the south side of Mt. McKinley but the rain clouds blocked viewing 2/3’s of the top. After a stop for lunch ...
... lose the direction, and can only find a Mercantile area. It turns out to be the same thing, so we wait in line while a big group is served, then present our paperwork, which is found suitable, and we are given a permit for a "B" site, anywhere in the Riley Creek campground, starting a hundred metres away. Camping is A$24 per night, National Park entry fee is A$11 each and our day trip tomorrow on the Wonder Lake Shuttle Bus is A$51 each). Dianne wants to check out ...
... Um, no. Charles is no fun at a dog race. She thinks it's ok to bark her face off at all the running dogs. needless to say, I won't be bringing her next year:)
Ryan's job is going great, just the other day they got called out to go rescue the "Mushing Mortician" (one of the mushers in the Iditarod race). They get to do some pretty great things, and see so much amazing countryside.
I just started flying for Horizon Airlines, which is part of the ...
... touched down safely into Anchorage. The taxiing was strange though as the aeroplane halted to a sharp braking, causing everyone to jolt forward. We looked out the window and realised the aeroplane braked to avoiding hitting a Dash 8 aircraft - in other words, the same aircraft I work on in my job. How embarrassing.
Anchorage airport was a very clean and sterile looking area, although it did have some character to it. Unfortunately that's where ...
... 1964 earthquake on the area & the resulting changes thereof plus so much more. They have to attend classes for 10 weeks for 2 & half hours a day learning all the facts & figures for their commentaries then if they pass the course they only get a job interview. Apparently only about 50% of attendees who successfully pass the course are employed at the end.
When the train pulled into Seward, about 12.15pm, a great deal of the passengers were going on cruise so were ...