Alaska's Capital Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... 2 toilets. We watched the
privileged few on the TV bridge cam. We watched the glacier from our
balcony. We had the better deal.
The beauty of the fjord is stunning.
Look at my pictures. Imagine them in 3D and drop the temperature
into the low 50s. You are here.
Skagway and a ride on a narrow gauge
... ready to board for the return trip. The weather out on the glacier was FREEZING. The actual temperature was 2 degrees but the wind chill made it about -10 degrees. The guides are out in these glaciers for about 8 to 10 hours per day. They obviously take turns but considering all of them are working there in summer jobs while they are on break from college, it amazes me how they cope with the conditions.
The flight back to the airport ...
... I figured we were the employees so we'd just take care of it ourselves but it was really nice to have them set everything up and keep it neat.
From there Natalie and I got lost going to our room and got ready for our first sail away from shore. The two ship veteran's on our cast told us that your first sail away is an amazing experience that you do not want to miss. So Natalie and I went up to Deck 14 which is really the main top deck that is open ...
... stream and saw lots of salmon, some cute little birds and a bear catching salmon. We didn't go into the visitor's center. The trip back to town was quick. David and I left our traveling companions near the boat and walked down the street to find lunch. We ended up at the Red Dog Saloon. The atmosphere was fun and the food was decent. The restaurant was a saloon during the Gold Rush era and the workers dress in period costumes. There is also a ...
... a misnomer, as you expect to see glaciers everywhere. Instead it should be called "bay that was carved by glaciers that are now 50 miles away." In fact in the Tlinget language of the local people the bay has three names one for each age that the bay experienced: glaciers in the distance; glaciers coming towards the village; and the current state glaciers that have retreated. Amazingly when the glacier was advancing in 1750 they described the glacier is ...