Ballaine House Bed and Breakfast
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... tunnel with vehicles making road travel possible for the first time to Whittier. Still just one lane, trains and cars traveling in both directions share the tunnel on a timed schedule. There are some historic buildings in Whittier from the World War II and the Cold War and a very scenic small boat harbor in Prince William Sound. Other than that, not much. We enjoyed pedaling our bicycles around and watching the fisherman and the boats in the harbor. It was ...
... 100 pictures were taken, and a final drive thru the park was complete, we decided to get on our way to Seward. The entire drive is gorgeous! Travis spotted a Eagle soaring in the sky, and we all got to watch it. He has great eyes. It is so neat to see God's handiwork and creation. I love how Alaska preserves the beauty, and doesn't pepper it with pricy condo units, and strip malls. So, I fired off probably 50 more pics of the ...
... amp; I had had the Rockfish
Kim had Salmon
Brandon - fish & chips
You can bite the freshness of the fish. It was so good!
After checking into hotel, I joined mom, dad, and Roy to the harbor to purchase their fishing licenses. I took the opportunity to walked from one end to the other of the harbor snapping photos along the way.
We stopped by the market after getting their license. We were all shocked ...
... a wheel stop so she could roll right up the edge to take photos. I thought they was a great touch, very accommodating and thoughtful.
That evening we ate at Chinook's restaurant we decided to splash out and try the Alaskan King Crab Claws. For such a huge fish you get very little meat from it, you certainly wouldn't want to be hungry!
Great day all in all:)
... At the end of this time, all the Holland America Line crew came out on stage for their farewell. Wow – it was awesome. There are 637 crew (almost one for every two passengers). They represent 30 nationalities and 20 languages. What an example that these 637 people with such diverse backgrounds can work so well together providing us, the passengers, with such incredible experience onboard this wonderful ship. To ...