Alaska's Point of View
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... these small bits of bone that helps hold the fish while they fish for more. They also had some common murres, which we saw at Cape Mary in Newfoundland. These birds dive the deepest, sometimes up to 600 feet.
The streets were flooding so I walked along jumping puddles and trying to hold my umbrella at an angle to stop it blowing inside out. I made it back to the" turtle truck" quite safely. The rain has continued and ...
... go with the flow. The boat doesn't leave until this afternoon so we have time to go on our planned sea kayaking up the bay to the Ailak glacier. It is a four mile round trip, which sounds easy in theory, but add in icy conditions and torrential rain and it is a little bit of a challenge. Still it is worth it, though I will pay for it later when I can hardly lift my arms above waist height! Exhausted, we get on the boat to return to Seward. ...
... and Andrew went back to Seward and the next day Brian and I hiked Flat Top just outside of anchorage. On a clear day you can see all the way to Mt McKinley and it was clear in Anchorage that day but not near Denali so we couldn't see that far. We enjoyed some mexican food and headed back to Seward. Later that evening Katrina, Alissa and I hiked out to Tonsina and camped on the beach. It was a gorgeous night! Actually the last few days we had amazing weather. For most of the ...
... in each room, and Austin was the key master running from room to room, a thousand times. Oh! She has this moose cap with antlers that says Alaska that she won't take off. She is funny. Tomorrow we have a float trip down the Kenai river. We are looking forward to it. The river is flowing fast, and is a beautiful glacier blue. I think it will be peaceful. Well, time to put my sleep mask on. it is midnight and the sun is still out. ...
... him. We probably hiked a couple miles, saw a couple lakes and actually went down the wrong trail for awhile. Luckily there aren't very many trails and we headed back to the car.
I feel like this post doesn't even begin to describe how amazing the dog mushing adventure was and how awesome today was but hopefully the pictures will do it some more justice.