Alaska Wolf House
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... a really agitated now & drops his nuts & begins running back & forth on the branches & he’s now started to chatter..I move my foot & he clearly thinks I am moving in & he gets really ****** off now, starts screeching & moved to a branch above my head..it’s about now I think ‘****, this thing could land on my face’! so I move off & he continues to scream at me whilst Sam & the rest of the tour are having ...
... up the arm past the ice line and to the limit of the navigation
charts. A record close in to the glacier. So close we could hear the
ice pop and growl. I believe the Titanic was also a record.
We were invited to view the glacier
from the helipad in front of the ship. We stayed in our suite
however. Reason, it's warm and ...
... Red Dog Saloon. here we both managed to get internet and we had a Skype chat with Mitchell, which was cool. We then did a bit of shopping and decided to have an early night as we had a very early start the next day, I managed to catch a bit of the evening's theatre show which was a guy called El Gaucho who played Spanish flamenco type music but on piano. he was very good and if it wasn't for the early morning start I would have stayed to ...
... old guy named Bob. Having no preference but somewhere that was dry I clicked on Bobs profile and read his "About me" section. It read " I am an easy going guy and love adventuring and hearing about others travels. I moved to AK last in 2012 and have already had an amazing time here. I decided to live on a boat for at-least a year so here I am, Living on a pretty awesome boat. I like to enjoy good food and company and maybe a cocktail in the evening. With any luck there ...
... for the harbor seals so we saw hundreds of them. They would lay on the bits is glacier ice that would float in the water. Pretty safe for them as we saw no orcas. The glacier had a huge cave while we were there! Big towers of ice came down and made a pretty big wave. We had to now into the wave so we did not get tossed around. After that we headed to South Sawyer glacier. This one is ...