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... a Mexican pot luck dinner for the night, so we all brought a dish or two to share. We had a nice meeting room to have our dinner in…not a common amenity in most of the campgrounds we've stayed.
Monday, August 18th, Seward, AK - Day 42 of the Caravan
We awoke to a bright sunny 48 degree morning for a change. At a most respectable time to begin our tour of the Kenai Fjords Boat Tour, we loaded the bus ...
... of the lake as soon as I paddled out from shore.
And just to prove that you can take the girl out of Florida, but you can't take the Florida out of the girl, every time I saw something distant floating on the water- a rogue lily pad, a bumpy log, a clump of grass- I felt a little jump in my heart. That jump that comes when your brain is trying to register "is it or is it not a gator?" I just can't help it. I know there are no reptiles in ...
... halibut fishing, and after setting the new lines and waiting, we were doing nothing but sun bathing as the fish refused to bite. On the radio, we were listening to the tour boat captains talk to each other about the porpoises and humpbacks they were spotting out in the Gulf of Alaska. We were positioned just ibside of where the bay meets the open Gulf, and did indeed see the humpback whales. We turned around and went back to the previous fishing spot attempting ...
... turned back early. Today wasn't supposed to be so bad. Since we'd booked the prime rib and salmon dinner ahead of time, we had an assigned table, right up front by the window.
The trip starts out in the protection of Resurrection Bay cliffs before being exposed to the Gulf of Alaska later on. The boat had 3 outside decks, one up front and two in back or you could stay inside the cabin with big windows. ...
... was called. Group
7 was what we had been designated.
We put the TV onto the ship channel so we could hear the
announcements. They slowly progressed through the different groups numerically.
When they got to Group 6 we decided to get onto the deck above so we could go
down the stairs as soon as our group was called.
We had just got to Deck 3 when our group was called. We
headed off the ship to our designated bus. This would take us to ...