Mac's 2012 Alaska RV Trip travel blog

 

Indoor pool building

Cook Inlet at low tide near Kikiski, Alaska

Ship repair at Nikiski Ship Repair LLC

Cook Inlet at low tide near Kikiski, Alaska

Cook Inlet at low tide near Kikiski, Alaska

Cook Inlet at low tide at Kenai, Alaska

Cook Inlet at low tide at Kenai, Alaska

Cook Inlet at low tide at Kenai, Alaska

Cook Inlet at low tide at Kenai, Alaska

Cook Inlet at low tide at Kenai, Alaska

Cook Inlet at low tide at Kenai, Alaska


Woke up this morning to a cold steady rain. It rained on and off all day today – sometimes quite a heavy downpour.

I took a drive north on the Kenai Spur Highway to just past Nikiski, Alaska, about 20 miles from the RV Park. I drove out Poolside Avenue and took a picture of the North Peninsula Recreation Center Indoor Pool Building. I then continued north to Nikishka Beach Road and drove out towards the beach. The tide was out and it was very overcast. I took a couple of pictures of Cook Inlet and one of a ship being painted at Nikiski Ship Repair LLC.

It rained the whole time until I got back into Kenai. I stopped at a couple places to take pictures of Cook Inlet with the tide out. So different than yesterday.

I then drove south on Kalifornsky Beach Road to Kasilof, Alaska. The rain started again just as I drove out Bridge Access Road towards Kalifornsky Beach Road. I drove out towards the beach on Kasilof Beach Road. That was a mistake as it was muddy and full of ruts. At Kasilof, I turned north and drove the Sterling Highway back towards Soldotna and then in to Kenai. It was pouring rain the whole time.

I returned to the RV and did two loads of wash and decided it was best to just stay inside the remainder of the day.

88.9 SUV miles today.



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