Adlersheim Wilderness Lodge
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... Vinci restaurant, and after that we listened to some nice music, then listened to some rock and roll where we saw Noel and Jennifer, Lia and Nicholas,doing some pretty good rock and roll, nice to see. Then about 2230 it was off to bed. What a massive day, full of nature, and certainly very memorable for us both. Weather ; Superb day, no rain, small amount of sunshine, arvo was a little rainy while on the boat. Temp; 19o K. ...
Woke up this morning as the ship was arriving in Juneau. It rained all day long - turns out this is a temperate rain forest. 80 inches of rain per year, and 100 inches of snow. It also doesn't get terribly cold or warm - I think someone said that the average winter temp is 25 degrees, average summer is 55. We walked a trail through the forest. So beautiful. Huge trees, ferns, moss and lichen - not ...
Day 31 (Tuesday): Bit of confusion at the start which left the Walkers and Hoopers on separate buses / whale watching boats but we all managed to see the same things ! After a slow start we finally came upon a huge pod of Humpback Whales creating Bubble Nets to get their dinner – amazing! They all spiral down under the water getting small fish caught in a bubble spiral before emerging in one breathtaking eruption at the surface with their ...
... feeling the rest of the glacier experience will be like that. One thing I learned and retained was that the ice is blue because of the compression of ice changes the crystal shape to absorb all colors but blue. Only a freshly cleaved (not sure if that’s the correct term) piece of glacier will appear blue, because, as the ice is exposed to oxygen, the crystals change formation. Or something like that. I also learned that the snow that we saw at the bottom first fell 80 years ago. ...
... help himself to a plate a man set down while changing tables b/c of a spill. When we were done eating we carried our plates to the bus station, so we weren't encouraging the birds anymore then I already had.
We were off the ship by 9:30am. We easily located the Orca office, but we had some time before we needed to check in. It was a warm clear sunny day, so Matt said lets do the Mt Roberts Tram NOW.
The office is right ...