Monday, June 6, 2011

Kenai, AK–Visiting with Kim and Family and The Burger Bus

We loaded up Ken’s newest family history information and his computer to take to our niece Kim’s house to visit this morning.  We talked and talked until it was getting way past lunch time.  So, we loaded up and drove to the Burger Bus in old town Kenai.  We stopped there two years ago for a hamburger and I remembered it as being great.  My memory did not fail me in this case, and we had an excellent meal.  Here are a couple of photos of the Burger Bus which is situated close to the Visitor’s Center.




On the left side of the picnic table is our niece Kim with Ken.  On the other side is Kim’s oldest daughter Madeleine and Kim’s son Grant.


The Kenai River at this point is flowing into the Cook Inlet.


Looking across the Cook Inlet, Mount Redoubt could barely be seen through the low clouds.


Later in the afternoon, we returned to Kim’s house where she barbecued kebobs and a salmon she recently caught.  We didn’t get any photos of Kim’s husband Gale, but will add them later when we get them.

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