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... out to gaze at two bald eagles sitting on a distant tree branch side by side. Thankfully it's not raining, but the wind is strong. After dinner, Elizabeth, David and Chris soak in the hot tub. The wind grows stronger, gale force winds. The alder trees, with their skinny trunks flap in the breeze like twigs. Spruce pine cones drop into the water, leaves hither and thither on the patio. The rush of the wind is like the roar of the ocean. The hot water feels great after a long ...
... payment? They earn the princely sum of $4 a day......and they love it! Our accent always attracts attention and invariably we are asked "where are you from?". Today was no exception and our response of "Australia" was met with an elevated level of excitement. One of the ladies (local Grade 2 teacher) had met "another" Australian yesterday. And the local lady was so excited and dug deep into her memory to find the name of yesterday's Australian. And when she recalled that it was ...
... in a huge splash. Then it rolls on its side and splashes water with its pectoral fins....doing this over and over. Then it rolls on its back and both huge pectoral fins stick out of the water and it slaps the water surface. Then another breach out of the water directly in front of our boat. Then another breach and another and another.....5 breaches out of the water total....WOW!!!!!!!
One of the coolest things we have ever seen.
... of the more interesting spots in Seward.
We ate one of our Halibut filets that we'd kept out of the batch for dinner. It's still the best fish ever! It was a nice cozy evening inside our motor home for the evening.
Sunday, August 17th, Seward AK - Day 41 of the Caravan
8:00AM leave time to drive to the Alaska SeaLife Center in downtown Seward.
We were delighted with the opportunity to meet ...
... some lingcod. We sat and enjoyed the heat of the sun. Suddenly, just a ways out, Varner and I spotted Dahl porpoises playing in the water. He was watching one off to the side, which I did not see because I had my eye on the one speeding directly for the zodiak. All of a sudden, I felt my fishing pole jerk out of my hands and it was all I could do to keep from losing it. I heard the fishing line go "zzzzzzzziiiiiiiiipppppppp" as my reel spun wildly out of control. ...