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... and they all went into a pasta dish and were yummy too.
But we didn't live completely off the land while in Hope. We just had to sample a piece of coconut cream pie from the DIscovery Cafe. SUPERB!!
While in Hope, a phone call from Evan and Linda delivered the welcome news of their official engagement! Here Here!! Cheers! Congratulations! Our family is expanding!
Tucking Hope away in our hearts, we left our ...
August 3 - August 11
This week our pace has slowed to a stroll compared to the heart-thumping activity of last week. It is nice to settle back and saunter along; to breathe in stillness and solitude, and to see what the wild delivers to you without seeking it.
We left Seward and proceeded to make our way south on the Sterling Highway, then we took the Skilak Lake Loop Rd. to check out the free camping options there. There ...
We stayed at a very nice B&B situated on the Upper Kenai River, complete with deck overlooking the river and a dock on the river... the salmon were just jumping periodically.
We went driftboat fishing on the Upper Kenai River. A great time; a great guide, Adam Snyder; awesome scenery- 5 or 6 eagles on trees; 2 moose crossing river with wicked currents.
Hilry caught a Dolly Varden; Gary landed 2 sockeye salmon, a Dolly ...
... had been caught in the sluice box. This part took some time and Matt and I got antsy as it looked like our raft guide was ready for us. John's helper said they all worked for the same people, so not to worry. Prospector John stepped in to help as well. John told his helper to make sure everyone got a garnet with their gold!
This was a fun way to pass the time and a much better experience than the mine.
When we were talking ...
... vegetation getting higher and higher, Sherry repeatedly saying "I think we should go back", a stumble over tree roots, a handful of prickles and one "Bloody Jeff" later and we went to the real trail.
Much nicer and easier granny track all the way to the base of Byron glacier. And when I say base, I mean you can literally step off the rocks directly into the snowy glacier then stand there in your t-shirt while you're surrounded by ice. ...