Sky-Bridge to mall
Snow on the roof - this is July
The park grounds were filled with rides, vendors, and a stage with entertainment. If you are so inclined you can actually watch the parade twice by viewing from the starting point and then moving across the grounds to the other side and catch the beginning of the parade again.
Carnival atmosphere at the park
Raindeer does not seem happy
There was a procession of restored WWII vehicles used during the construction of the Alaska Highway.
Restored WWII vehicles
When the parade ended we walked around the grounds taking in the sights and sounds. Pam just had to have a photo of her riding a moose.
Rovin, rovin, rovin, moosehide
Kids in a ball
Video of kids playing inside a ball
Video showing entering and exiting the ball
Where we had pizza
Pam with crayon in hand
This morning is moving day and we are off to Homer, a town literally at the end of the road. Homer is located at the terminus of the road system on the Kenai Peninsular. Our friends are also headed to Homer from Seward today so it will be fun to share laughs and stories with them.