Adlersheim Wilderness Lodge
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... Alaskan & he played his canvas drum & sang to me in native language and said it meant come to Alaska child of Australia (or something to that effect). Was beautiful. I think I was the first passenger for the day. We have our float plane tour at 10.30 so wanted to get this in ...
... the Treadwell mining era. There was a lot of info about this mine at the museum. It is also said that there are more miles of underground tunnels within Mount Roberts than there are roads in all of Juneau.
You can ride the Mount Roberts Tramway up 1,800 feet to the top of Mount Roberts for a panoramic view over the city. We didn't bother queuing for this experience. They jam you in cable cars and you are taken up the steep mountain in about 5 minutes.
... able to sleep in, not cook and not have Reggie needing her attention all day long...a real holiday. Brenda, who has terrific binoculars and knowledge of whales is our dolphin and whale spotter. We sailed through waters seemingly teaming with them yesterday.
Garth and Lisa are spending some of their time working. They both have pieces to be written before they return to Vancouver on Sunday. ...
... of Antartica. Most of the area comprises glaciers! There are half a million visitors a year, which is small for a National Park. The ship stopped at Marble Island, where we saw a hundred seals lazing on rocks, and many Cormorants, Kittiwakes and other birds flying about, including puffins to Jennie's great delight. Later we stopped at Gloomy Knob, where we saw four mountain goats on the cliff face (they have cushioned pads on their hooves to enable them to clamber up and down ...
... a big deal here because everyone was commenting on how lucky we were to have such a beautiful day. You can tell life is simple and the main industry is fishing and tourism. They are building a pier so that more cruise ships can visit. We saw a whale who waved at us with his tail!!! We saw salmon jumping out of the water. We looked for bears- but no luck. We thoroughly enjoyed staring at natures beauty!!! On ...