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... the alarm for 8am. Being Saturday night, the local hoons were out in force in their loud motor cars and bikes, but it settled down enough for us to get to sleep eventually, Murray a lot easier than Dianne, as usual.
Sunday 8th June Anchorage to Denali National Park.
We are up before the alarm, showered and out to the kitchen for the Sunday blueberry pancake breakfast cooked by Dave the manager. The pancakes were a great improvement on our Honolulu ...
... out, we were going to try and stop by our friends' seafood company but Steve wasn't feeling well so we skipped that and the town shops and jumped back onboard. We didn't have much planned for our last port, Skagway. Most people jump on a train but long train rides are not really fun for us. So instead, we walked around their wild, wild west town. Then, we did a short hike and got to see a sea lion playing in a cove. Gorgeous scenery there! We decided to get ...
... will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees. The winds will blow their own freshness into you, and the storms their energy, while cares will drop off like autumn leaves." It was a powerfully moving and spiritual experience moving me to tears a number of times by the sheer beauty and majesty of this earth we've been given on which to live. Got back around 8 PM... Dinner at the Salmon Bake restaurant...not very good. Monday we had breakfast ...
... like to eat rocks. In order to avoid having to put them through surgery every few weeks, the staff keep the dogs away from rocks. They are beautiful and they can pull, but they aren't smart enough not to eat rocks. Go figure.
There are puppies--three of them. I didn't get much in the way of good photos; they were being fed and so were huddled in a corner in a mass of fur. Posted the only decent one I got, and that's of only one of them ...
... evident in Alaska. As the air is compressed out of the glacier, the ice turns a turquoise blue in color which is reallly pretty. As the ice moves over the land, it leaves deep cuts in the rock. As the ice calves, (falls into the ocean) it makes a cracking and groaning sound. We passed through College Fjord which has one of the larger glaciers called the Harvard Glacier. The glaciers on one side of this fjord are all named after men's eastern ...
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