Adlersheim Wilderness Lodge
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... ready to board for the return trip. The weather out on the glacier was FREEZING. The actual temperature was 2 degrees but the wind chill made it about -10 degrees. The guides are out in these glaciers for about 8 to 10 hours per day. They obviously take turns but considering all of them are working there in summer jobs while they are on break from college, it amazes me how they cope with the conditions.
The flight back to the airport ...
... to take a few selfies but it was just too dark for them to be worth anything, ha! Reality sunk in, we were really on a ship, we were really about to go on our own ship and be professional dancers, we really are so lucky to be here.
The vacation had only started at this point. From there we had our first nights sleep which went really well and woke up the next day more than excited to check out the breakfast buffet on Deck 7! Stay tuned for that!
... stream and saw lots of salmon, some cute little birds and a bear catching salmon. We didn't go into the visitor's center. The trip back to town was quick. David and I left our traveling companions near the boat and walked down the street to find lunch. We ended up at the Red Dog Saloon. The atmosphere was fun and the food was decent. The restaurant was a saloon during the Gold Rush era and the workers dress in period costumes. There is also a ...
... people was non-stop for the next few hours. As we later learned, on Mondays four cruise ships dock in Juneau disembarking 10,000 visitors most of whom take a day trip to Mendenhall. But the kids were undeterred and after 90 minutes of effort they had completed their books (with some parental help) and received their favorite (and largest) badges. We joined the throngs and walked to the viewpoint and out to the base of Nugget Falls. Inspired by ...
... raise her hand and she answered correctly(there is no difference). Next the ranger asked if anyone knew why the glacier looks blue, again Sarah was the only one to raise her hand. After getting distracted by someone's puppy, she went into a long explanation about how glaciers are formed and says something that begins with a "t" the ranger says tilth, she says yes and keeps going, finally getting to all other colors of light are absorbed ...