We explored a campground and stopped by to look at the Six Mile river viewpoint on the way (above). They're all very nice. note the water color caused by glacial melt.
Hope is a tiny old village. Like many seaside villages here, they suffered a lot of damage in the 1964 earthquake. The original village location sunk into Turnagain Arm. Some of the old buildings were relocated, some that were on the backside of the village are now on the bay side and had to be raised. Above left are a few of the original buildings in their original locations and, on the right, some old buildings from a nearby ghost town that were moved to Hope's museum.
They have nice museum there. Above is a horse shoe with ice spikes seen at the museum. We also visited the library where I was able to use their Wifi for a while.
Sandwiches for lunch.
On our return we drove out to the Resurrection trailhead where we had our late lunch then hiked out the Resurrection trail a mile or so.
This area was damaged by the hydraulic gold mining so they are restoring the stream bed and eliminating the gravel piles. It looks pretty good but should be better in the future. Above left is Resurrection Creek after some restoration and the Resurrection Creek Trail (on the right).
Some nice yellow flowers by the trail.
Lou made some sausage and kale soup (zuppa tuscana). We had a little rain in Hope and the sun didn't shine much today.