I put a film in for developing and went looking for breakfast while I waited. Two hours and one Snickers bar later I finally found something I could eat, so I made it brunch. A rather nice, if salty, salmon chowder. After collecting the photos I headed for the Museum, which is supposed to be very good, but it was closed. No idea why. However I twisted my bad knee very painfully so the rest of the day was spent alternating walking until I hobbled too badly, and getting my emails up together. This hotel offers free Internet access to guests so I made the most of it – it was a good call not sending them from Talkeetna. Hence the mass of emails you all received over a short period.
The hotel is lovely and the service is spot on but I've been spoilt by the friendliness of people in the smaller places; I find the service here excellent but impersonal. People generally are not so friendly and tend to avoid looking you in the eye as you walk around, but that's the same for any major town or city worldwide.
Not much else to say for
, George - you were right; nice to see
for a day but that's about it, thanks for ignoring me and not booking me in longer. Anchorage