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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. ...
... on Oxygen. We went back into Seward to eat and take a look at the shops. While we were eating the rain stopped and the clouds moved out to reveal the amazing majestic peaks surrounding Seward. We walked along the ocean beach and admired the mountains, the glaciers and of course took a lot of pictures. When we got back to Miller’s Landing we walked down to the beach. The fishing charters had come back with all their ...
... site. A bride in a long wedding dress and her bridesmaids were in a gravel pullout area where a lot of people were fishing. The parking area was full of pick ups. Not sure how it was all going to work out. Was she going fishing? There wasn't a beautiful setting anywhere so it's a mystery! It should be documented that we, Chris, Larry, and I skunked Pete playing Mexican Train! The first time. Tomorrow it's off to Palmer. Hope this wonderful weather ...
... the ice falls to the water, at Alalik glacier. The sounds of the ice crunching together was pretty cool. Chunks of ice are floating all around and are loud when they hit the hull.
Lunch was buffet style all-you-can-eat salmon, prime rib, rice, salad, and sourdough bread. Being prone to motion sickness, I didn't eat anything but the bread, but the rest of the group said it was good. Dessert bar was ...
... Back to the hotel we asked if my bag had come but the answer
was no. In our room we downloaded photos and caught up with Facebook and our
We walked to the Hospitality Centre but it was closed for
the night. I had chosen Hard Rock Café for my birthday tea but we discovered it
wasn’t open!! More bad lick on my birthday.
So we went to the Visitor Information Centre to find out
what we could do in Anchorage. The woman, Shelley, ...