Bear Lake Lodgings B&B
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... was miserable rain and clouds. Got lucky! The captain got us up close and personal to Orchas, humpback whales, otters, seals, puffins, porpoises, and glaciers. He was such an interesting narrator of the whole Resurection Sound, the 1964 earthquake which really altered this landscape, and the Gulf of Alaska. It couldn't have been a better day on the water. The dinner was so so. As usual the salmon was over cooked! We hiked up to Exit Glacier. Along the ...
Next we would head out to Exit Glacier, I pushed to do this as we had missed Byron Glacier. Exit Glacier was easy to find and had standard National Park bathrooms. There is a small visitor center with info on glaciers. Sarah likes to read all the signs(gets that from Matt) and it will pay off when we get to Mendenhall.
... the Exit Glacier in the Kenai Fjords National Park - yes, with the obligatory selfie at the entrance. The glacier itself is one of the most easily accessible glaciers in Alaska, and there were hundreds of people there taking advantage of it. Walked the mile from the carpark to the side of the glacier, then came almost the whole way back, and took a different track to the toe of the glacier.
The glacier is retreating at an alarming rate - something like 3cm a day, so it's ...
Thursday was all about cruising Kenai Fjord National park. We took the 8.5 hour cruise ans loved it. My two goals in coming to Alaska was to see whales and glaciers. In hind site, maybe I set the bar too low but regardless, I checked both those boxes off today. Cruise left at 10 am from the port downtown. Ship was full and it was a very nice catamaran. We shared a booth with a family from MN with a young ...
... the major supply port of the state. Not too far out we start to see signs of life beginning with a large Dall sheep. The first sea life we saw was a pod of orcas breaching, and frolicking on the surface. They were amazing to watch, so beautiful and majestic and came pretty close to the boat. It was kind of funny on the ship because as soon as people spotted things everybody fled to one side or the other of the boat to take pictures. As we continued we found a ...