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... silver salmon, on their relatively short, seven mile journey from Resurrection Bay.
Our last stop on the Kenai was Hope, which I'd looked across to as we started our journey along the Seward Highway over two weeks earlier, while Nigel was struggling with and cursing the heavy traffic. Driving this side of ...
... luck. We had read a 22 lb salmon had been caught today, and a native working on the pathway at the Bait Shack confirmed there were salmon about, as he had caught a large one this morning. While we were walking this path, Dianne slipped on loose gravel and fell heavily, but fortunately with damage only to her dignity. The bystanders were very solicitous of her health, possibly because they were good folks, but possibly with a view to the litigious nature of the injured in the ...
... on good days. We took walking tours to learn about the '64 earthquake and Captain Cook's voyages. There were plenty of local beer samplings to be had, Moose's Tooth had yummy pizza and Humpy's had a good seafood chowder (stay away from the fish n' chips). I started to get sick on the last two days and by the time we were boarding our flight, I had nothing left in me.
Alaska was fun but time for a sizzling summer in sunny San Diego!
... like take this time to state a few of the things I've learned since living in Alaska: First, you can totally get any ingredient from any regular grocery store all year long, and no, the bananas are not going to cost me $13 :) Second, yes, there are bears all over the place, just a week or so ago Ryan took the picture of the mama and her cub on his way to work. Third, there are some very tasty breweries here, nothing on Marble:) but ...
... when the view of Mother nature from the Tony Knowles coastal trail from this area is so mich more impressive! Spent some time gaping at in let's body of water & distant Mount Susitna. I've added some aerial photos of the area from my 1st landing into Anchorage revealing the hard, steel-grey beauty of Cook's Inlet.
Wound our way back to the hotel. Had dinner, watched TV, and went to bed.