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... hiked to. Ten years ago you could hike up and touch it, but it has now melted out of reach. So you can get close but it is not touchable from the easy hike.
Then it was on the road again, a very late start for us. We were a little worried if we would be able to find a decent campsite for the night. Six o’clock and we had not found a campsite. They were all full, pot holed roads or for some reason below our expectations. Then we ...
... parking lot. An admirer that had stopped by the day before returned to say that she was up all night looking at vintage campers online after seeing ours the day before in the parking lot. She loves our camper so much and she brought us a jar of her homemade fireweed jelly to thank us for letting her look at it and take pictures of it. Sweet!
We then proceeded on toward Homer. We were excited about seeing Homer but as it turned out, the weather ...
Today has been a little nostalgic knowing we only have 2 more days on this wonderful adventure. We left Homer this morning thankful that we visited this cute fishing village---it was one of the top towns on our trip. Ben said this morning that I needed to ask all of you in South Carolina if you remember Hurricane Hugo, well that is about how the wind blew all night. Little Winnie was rocking all over and I kept waking up wondering if it was ever going ...
We were up around seven to repack our bags ready for them to be picked up to move to our next location.On the way we saw beluga whales in the distance, they looked like marsh mellows in the water. Later we stopped at Anchorage for lunch then travelled for another couple of hours to Mt McKinley.
We are looking at the mountain and have been ...
... were signs up there warning hikers about unexploded artillery shells (used for creating man-made avalanches, before they happen on their own).
As we made our way closer to Anchorage, we stopped to take a look at a few Dall's sheep on the side of a rocky outcrop. They were still quite far away, but we could make them out with the zoom lenses and binoculars.
Once in Anchorage, we checked into our hotel and then headed to the Earthquake Park, which commemorates ...