Alaska Saltwater Lodge
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... of the ocean water. It was certainly a spectacular sight. I have posted many photos today as there is so much to share. I highly suggest a tour with Kenai Fjords if you ever come to Alaska. You can see the preserved wilderness and appreciate the amazing Alaska scenery. ...
... sometimes spilling and foaming sediment laden water into the sound. The captain spotted an eagle and brought the ship alongside a raft of otters just carelessly floating along. Another rocky outcrop with posturing sea lions. They were all so nonchalant about living in this dream. There was so much to see that I ran back and forth from stern to the bow the whole trip, snapping the Canon like a crazy ...
... use it! I'm kind of over Thailand unless I get a good job offer from a school there.
2.5 weeks till my race in anchorage!! That'll be one more state checked off my list!
The next adventure is Fourth of July, the town will get insanely packed and then we are hopefully hiking the Harding ice field trail next Monday. It's like 7 miles round trip but super steep to get to the top of the ice field!!
... sun followed us down most of the way, but completely disappeared prior to arriving in Seward. Thankfully they told you to wear layers, so we kept plenty warm. We saw an amazing number of whales while we were out. At one point in the bay we could see whale in every direction that we looked. It was interesting as they knew the various whales by their markings and had named them. There was a 26 year old male, his "sister" who was swimming with her 2 year ...
Exit Glacier this morning. Took tour from Windsong lodge. First shuttles long side the grey, sand-barred Resurrection Valley River to park visitor center from which trails to Exit Glacier start.
There are two trails, the 1-2 hour Exploring Exit Glacier Trail and the 6-8 hour Harding Icefield Trail. We took the first and along the way had brown signposts with 4-digit years etched on them. These signposts signify where the glacier's toe ...