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... it was fun watching them take off and land.
We hurried back to camp for a travel meeting for tomorrows trip to Homer but opted out of the scheduled activities for the evening to find a sushi restaurant, try to chase the tidal bore and grocery shop.
It would have been nice to spend a few more days in Anchorage. Maybe someday we can come back.
Homer, AK and a halibut fishing trip is our next adventure
... Microwave latte before the 8pm cut-off for generator operation, and fruit for dessert - a bit of a change from the cruise ship meals. We charge batteries, do blogging chores, set the alarm for 6.30am, make the bed with two pitifully thin blankets, shut down the heating system because it cuts in and out fairly noisily, and fire up the sleep music for a nominal 11pm bed time.
It is pretty chilly in the night, and we have to fire up the heater a couple of times to ...
... the outskirts of town. It was worth the drive, as it gave a great overview of the city (which is best viewed from a distance). It was also freezing! Ted refused to believe that shorts weren't an appropriate item of clothing for the Last Frontier state. When he opened the car door he said "See, it isn't that cold". I guess he changed his mind when he power walked all the way back to the car from the hiking trail.
We then headed to Anchorage's ...
... in aeroplane seats from First Class, probably the only time in our lives we'll do that!
We drove out to Earthquake Park on Knick Arm and enjoyed the view over the water, but more so the information boards about the earthquake of 1964. Still in viewing mode and because the sun was now out, we continued on towards Airport Park: the name should have given us a clue: I almost jumped out of my ...
... been moderate homes and sparkly populated. On our tour we stopped at the Ulu Factory to see their knives; then to the Berry Store, where they have the largest chocolate fountain in the world; then to a small museum with a nice over view of Alaska and we had a nice family style dinner at a place called Sourdough Bar-b-que. It was very nice. After the bus trip, we called the RV place only to find out that they ...
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