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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 ...
... fields of Fireweed I've seen yet. We camped outside of Homer and did drive back in on the third day to catch a brief clearing of the views so we did see a little more and got a couple of pictures too. We both said that weather plays such an important role in your impression of a place. This could easily have happened when we first rolled into Haines or Hope (our favorite Alaska spots) and we may have left never knowing how fantastic those places were. But ...
... food as we walked and signs of bears rubbing on trees and eaten berries, tracks of moose but no animals.
After wards we went back had lunch on the deck trying to see the mountains and went on a short walk that overlooks the lodge area. For dinner I had huge crabs legs, yum! Tomorrow we get a train to Denali
During the afternoon we felt a couple of earth ...
Left the CG and toured both roads in Whittier. Shotgun Cove Rd was very scenic. Went back through the train tunnel and walked a mile to the base of a glacier. Drove into Hope, AK and took part in a little combat fishing. We caught on quick and had 2 legal silver salmon in about an hour and two foul-hooked. Had a ...
... earthquake that devastated the entire city. The most interesting thing was you could look out from the bluff to the Cook Inlet and see the land below that used to be part of the bluff we were standing on. It’s really humbling and reminds us that things aren't always completely within our control. We spent a little time there reading about the devastation that occurred and the resulting tsunamis.
SteveB then directed us to a bridge in Anchorage where we would be able ...