Early morning with the group to the popular breakfast diner, Snow City Café, and of course it was salmon cakes for breakfast! The Alaskan Museum was a wonderful way to spend the morning and it features all the tribes of Alaska and rotating exhibits of all types of art. Delightful lunch at Muse at the Museum allow museum goers to taste one of the local chefs fine cuisine without venturing outside. Early afternoon we drove to the Rust’s Flying Service for a great adventure of 3hrs to view Mt McKinley or correctly named “Denali”. Denali means “the High One” for Athabascan Indians north of the Alaska Range. Strapped in and praying all would be fine, we departed, soared and view the majestic mountains of Denali. As a surprise we also landed on a glacier lake, all alone, and walked the glacier beach. It was a wonderful experience to remember and a highly recommended way to see the mountains. Our tour didn’t end since we were off to the Alaska Zoo, just outside of downtown Anchorage, where you can secure a free shuttle to the zoo. Here many animals are rescued and exhibited naturally. By late afternoon the group was hungry and we were treated to the Glacier Brewhouse for another wonderful meal, salmon burgers!