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... by Dianne back in 1997. It was seriously crowded, and full of action, and we promised the doorman we would be back later. We took a photo of the blank wall of a long three storey building with a somewhat stylised whale and dolphin mural.
We found our way past the massive station building to Ship Creek to look for salmon. There was a good run in the creek, a foot of clear shallow water over a gravel bed, ideal salmon habitat, and there were a lot of fishermen ...
... and a bear. We barely had time to spot them with binoculars, let alone get a picture of any of them.
Our biggest fears about cruising is that we won't have enough time to properly see things in port. What we've come to realize is that the places they pull into, don't need much time. A day is usually good enough to get a lay of the land. We could always fly back if we wanted to see more. Some cruisers don't do anything but shop at the ports. We ...
... and OK they knew what he wanted. Amazing! And off we went rolling briskly through a lovely wooded area for about 2 miles. SOOOO much fun. Afterward we were able to hold little month old pups. Adorable. A wonderful experience. Had lunch in Seward and then drove out to Exit Glacier. We were able to hike up near enough to get a good view of it. Also posted along the way were years in which the glacier had coverd the land to the point of the date. The hastening which ...
... didn't make me bright and bushy tailed for picking Mike and Laura up from the airport at 6:30 a.m.
Mike and Laura fly in from Hawaii on the redeye and arrive at 6 a.m. We pick them up and they buy us breakfast at a near by diner. We do the walk through on Blue in the parking lot, hand them the keys, they hand us a check....I love it when a plan comes together.
The proud new owners and their faithful steed drop us off at the Guesthouse Inn ...
... problem is that most days are cloudy with the sun peeking through the clouds. The highlight of Anchorage was our 26-glacier tour on Prince William Sound out of the town of Whittier by Phillips Charter Cruises. The boat we took had twin 4,000 hp motors and is the fastest boat in the sound. The day of the cruise was nice and sunny but as soon as we went through a 2.5 mile tunnel, the other side of the mountains was encased in clouds and fog. For myself, I ...
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