We landed in Seward EARLY on Aug. 29 and grabbed our shuttle bus to Anchorage. Great ride with a good driver who gave us lots of good information. A beautiful ride…Once we got to Anchorage Ted (cousin) picked us up at our drop off, the airport and took us to a great place for lunch. We sat outside and watched the planes take off and land at the busiest water runway around. Loved it. Ted and Marcy took care of us and let us have a bed for the night and a key to the house when we returned from our wanderings. We certainly hope we can do the same for anyone heading through our part of the world. So nice to have family connections. Thanks you. We will be back.
We left from Great Alaskan Holidays with our 27 foot motor home – a Minnie Winnie – and headed down toward Homer and Kenai. We are finding that Alaska has so many state camping places – everywhere! They even have a very good map with sections telling you where there is camping and what is available there. There are even lots of pull outs all over the state you can just pull in and spend the night. We never did do that but saw lots of opportunities.
I had been fighting sinus, allergy stuff for several days. It finally caught up with me at Homer with an ear infection. We had to go find a doctor. The visitor’s center told us to try their clinic there. After getting in and seeing a doctor (“yes, you have an ear infection caused by the allergies that stopped up the ears.” Really, I could have diagnosed it.) we got a script and had it filled after much stress. Got the meds started and much better. Still fighting fluid in the ears but it’s all the allergies.Beautiful flowers at the overlook.This is a homemade dollhouse in the museum in Homer. It was made from a tree! And just precious.On our way to Kenai we spotted a mama moose and two babies!
On to Denali – next post. Oh, and by the way, the weather has been spectacular!