Michael gave us an excellent tour of the Russian cabins. He was a wealth of interesting facts about the people who lived in these cabins from early 1900 to 1950's.
Not a playhouse but storage for meat.
Poles were stripped of all bark so they'd be too slippery for animals to crawl up.
"Thank You" boxcar from France for U.S. assistance in World War I.
Some boats are lining up already.
And spotted 6 sandhill cranes.
We learned yesterday that the cranes take the red mud and darken their feathers.
We stayed at Walmart in Kenai. Tom got a fishing license and had a few hours fishing. One got away from him. He's eager to go tomorrow.
On the road again Wednesday July 9. It's a lay back day for us. I have been working on the blog at the library. Phil had time to update the checkbook and other things. Tom and Linda are out fishing.
It's great to have a lay back...catch up day.
Many more adventures to come.