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Jun 19, 2012 - Day 56, Captain Cook State Park, Kenai

Day 56, Tuesday, June 19, 2012 At 1:30 this morning we were all woken up by the LP gas alarm (which we thought was the carbon monoxide alarm at the time). We opened windows, opened vents, and aired out the bus. It went off again at 3:00 am. This time we left everything open and tried to go back to sleep. Then my sound machine went on the blink. Everyone that knows me knows I don’t sleep at all without that. I messed with it for about an hour and we finally went to sleep about 4:00 am for a few hours. The plan today was to drive up to...

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Jul 2, 2008 - Bears on the last morning of Russian River fishing and moving on

Got the pictures before we moved to Soldotna but didn't have time to post them then so will include them now and hopefully post as soon as I can.Nice trip into Soldotna, but the traffic is getting heavier so we will do all our housekeeping and re-stocking chores tonight and I found a place for a good haircut close by, only $13.00 with shampoo and dry so first thing in the morning I head there and we will be off for Captain Cook state park. All went as planned and we had a nice day to travel, got some nice pictures along the road including a...

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Jun 30, 2007 - Day Trip: Captain Cook State Recreational Area, Alaska

We continue to explore the upper Kenai Peninsula. Back through Soldotna and Kenai we stop at several gift shops we have passed by the last few days. From Kenai we head to the Captain Cook State Recreation Area. The primary wildflower in this area is definitely Queen Anne's Lace. Not like at home. Big. The flowers here sure do like the extra sunlight. (Note: My Queen Anne's Lace is Cow Parsnip) At the park we find a nice picnic and camping area overlooking Cook Inlet. I have read about the mud flats and we can see them here. There is a path...

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