Pearson's Pond Luxury Inn and Adventure Spa
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... Jesse's brothers hand on the fourth of July (he blew his finger off) We just stood outside on the starboard walkway and watched it pass. A few minutes after we could hear the sound of a wave breaking? We were confused. It takes quite a big wave to actually brake and make that loud of a noise. We were all leaned over the rail starring into the dark trying to see what was going on. Out of nowhere a 5 foot wave hit us broadside and our nice calm boat became a mechanical ...
... In the middle of our whale watching, we took a side trip to view the Alaskan stellar sea lions. The are much bigger than the California sea lions. A male can weigh up to 1600 pounds while the females are 700 to 800 pounds. On the way back, we were treated to more humpback whale sightings. We took lots pictures but nothing spectacular. Each humpback whale is identifiable by his/her fluke. The markings on the flukes ...
July 27th was spent in Juneau and it was the best part of our cruise. We had seaplane flight over the glaciers and fresh salmon dinner at the Taku Lodge which was established in 1923. The Lodge has spectacular view of the glaciers and wooded trail loop. The tourists were warned not to feed bears if they were running into such animals (unless they were ready to become food for the hungry bears as well.) Fortunately and unfortunately we did not run into any bears. From the ...
Our last day in Juneau was going to be a long one as we didn't board our ferry to Sitka until midnight for its 1:30am departure. Once again we had scheduled our glacier viewing for what was expected to be the sunniest day. Sure enough the sky was a bright blue when we awoke. After breakfast we packed our bags and left them at our apartment and set off to catch the 10:30 public bus to Mendenhall Glacier. A taxi was $40 each way and the bus was only ...
... You are able to get way closer to the eagle here than anywhere else I have even been. Bald Eagles are really big. After spending sometime with the eagle we moved on. There are some trails up there, but we didn't really have time for hiking. There was a combo info center with a gift shop. They had several interesting displays about native plants and animals.
There was an example of a bald eagle nest. Bald Eagles mate for life and ...