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... where we were before.
Leftovers for dinner and to bed early after a long, but great day.
Saturday, August 15, 2015
The forecast is for rain. I make biscuits and gravy for breakfast. It hasn't rained yet but it looks promising. We want to do some geocaching today as it is International Geocaching Day and you can earn a virtual souvenir for getting a cache today. We pick a puzzle cache which takes us back north to ...
... has been glorious lately and the Salmon Epidemic continues. It has made for busy roads, mostly RV’s, a shock to the system after the Yukon.Despite this, deserted and lovely camping spots on the water are still easy to find.Not so much wildlife here but still lugging the camera round in case.
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... Safeway/Fred Meyer systems of re-order… each of their stores had lots of empty shelves from ramping up for the summer demand… Mind you… the stores have to fill a trailer (container) in the lower 48 and barge it to Alaska and then transport it to their store and unload it… and then send the trailer (container) back to the lower 48 on the barge… and I’d guess there’s several barges leaving daily from Seattle but for some ...
... on a hillside above the Kenai River. Each room is a small log cabin, a porch looks out at the mountains, a wood burning stove in the room will keep us warm through a long winter night, curled up on the red couch.
We change for dinner and walk down to the lodge. The patio of the lodge overlooks the Kenai River. We sit on wooden rocking chairs and relax as Chris strums on the mandolin. A bald eagle soars overhead, no doubt hunting for food. ...
We have now settled in at the Backcountry Lodge and are a little sad to be leaving the morning. The plan is to return to the Riverside Lodge via some lookout points and then head out this afternoon on a larger walk. We do not raft this time. A fast boat takes us across the narrow part of the lake and then we jump into mini vans. We stop regularly ...