Alyeska Winner Creek Bed and Breakfast
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... the train lines and the motorcyclist fell off. So now they put them last so they won’t get run over by the cars following.
The boat was great, the scenery was great, but the weather was lousy. I stayed outside at the back of the boat so I could take photos. It was wet and cold. I kept on getting raindrops on my camera lens so it is lucky I am a prolific photo taker as I could delete all the spotty ones. We saw quite a few glaciers but two ...
... the Cook Inlet from the Pacific Ocean. Mountains towered beside the highway and across the inlet. As I was looking at the water, I saw a pod of about 30 - 40 Beluga whales. Of course we stopped and took hundreds of pictures (thank goodness for digital cameras). We then traveled onto Girdwood and drove to our trailhead. Ron suggested we take the Winner Trail, so we followed his advice. The trail ...
... given last year we had told Doug that that wasn't necessary and could we just have two adjoining rooms. So when I went to check in I was shocked when told we had the same two story penthouse suite, as well as an adjoining suite for the boys! Feeling spoiled and special we went up and checked out our rooms. The rain was starting to slow down so we left the boys to relax and Steve and I took a walk around ...
... moose and barley soup at a local café, we hiked into the hills to pick salmonberries and see the salmon further upstream who had already spawned in the gravel of the tiny streams and were dying; a sorry sight but all part of nature’s cycle as they are food for birds, bears and their decaying bodies nourish the ground for plants to grow.
... go check into our cabin.
This cabin cost more but is so much nicer. 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, full kitchen, wood stove inside, fire pit and hot tub outside. Almost all the homes here are larger, styled, and more upscale. Girdwood is a ski town in winter so I imagine it is more expensive to live here.
Once we unpacked, we headed for Alyeska Resort, (about $550 nt) to hike. Mike, Chuck, ...
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