Annie Mae Lodge
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free airport shuttle
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Today the D.I.B. took us through Icy Straights and the Inian Islands. We saw Steller sea lions on an island crawling over each other. Jen Martin, our naturalist, explained the sea lions are very social; they like touching each other. On the island, a big bull vocalized, seemingly saying "hey, you, get off of my rock." Our naturalist described the sound as – well, rather than gross ...
... after the ride and upon finding her she had a smile from ear to ear, which I guess meant that she enjoyed it. We had a wonder through the shops which were there solely for the benefit of the cruise ship passengers before heading into the small town of Hoonah, which has a population of about 800 people. After checking out the down we worked our way down to the docks and observed a large number of eagles on the break-wall which was protecting the ...
... forest, 100 years, up to the present time moonscape at the foot of the still-receding glacier. The floating ice was piled up against a tideline as we entered the inlet, so we happy not to be playing ‘dodgem’ today. The Vollendam, my ride north next week, was seen exiting Glacier Bay as we motored to our anchorage.
Nish got some great shots of a grizzly sow and ...
... made jewelry and crafts ...
... platform - no bears. Second platform - no bears. Third platform and not looking good especially seeing the guide just mentioned they see bears only 50% of the time. Just about to leave with our group when a brown bear appeared out of the bush and started fishing for salmon!! Omg so awesome watching it splashing around chasing the salmon and eating them!! It caught two and then just as we had to leave and the next ...