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... snack wpeas all the time! so filling!)
- Thai coconut roll
- rice cracker
2. Best buy: Need AUX for my nonstop spotify playlist
By the time we got done shopping, it's 8pm so we headed to downtown Anchorage to get some salmon. A lot of places with 4 or 4.5 stars required reservation..so if any of you wants to check it out you should probably call ahead. For us we went for Humpy's Great Alaskan Alehouse. ...
... and Dianne wants to go on, so we proceeded with caution, checking uphill around every corner, but didn't see the bear by the time the bus picked us up at 14.48. We saw a bear uphill not long after, at 14.51, but it didn't seem to have cubs. A closer inspection of a telephoto shows a brown fuzzy ball at her feet, definitely one cub. The bear is sleeping, and only gets a short stop.
At 14.55 we see caribou, then at 15.02 we spot another bear, probably the one we saw ...
... mentioned in an earlier entry--people who live in cold places can sign up online to adopt the dogs who retire. The ranger today said that there was a really long line of people waiting (I could predict that!), and that, in fact, most of the dogs go to park staff. That makes perfect sense to me.
Following the demonstration, we headed out of the park and drove down to Anchorage. En route, our path was crossed by a huge cow moose, who ...
... comes out onto Raspberry Road & then turns inland at Tastee Freeze (the only place I passed with food of any description) so I went in & a customer was just being given an ice cream which had been dipped in orange so, as I had never had anything like that, I ordered a raspberry ice cream dipped in orange - sounds odd but it was sooooo yummy. It was now 9.30pm but just like daytime at home. Anyway after being in ecstasy for several minutes I set off again on the ...
... continued on our way. Saw a Moose and her baby along the way. Stayed at Gwin's Lodge at Cooper's Landing that night. Again, very expensive. Met the owner, Keith who is from Texas. He told us that there are lots of bears around, 10 to every 2 square miles.
Alaska is beautiful, and well worth the trip. But we found we did a lot of driving. In hindsight, we probably should have hired a Camper and just headed straight to the Kenai Peninsula as it is very beautiful with lots to ...