Bear Lake Lodgings B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Went down by Portage Lake to see the glaciers and a few small icebergs floating. Also Salmon Spawning.
... she wanted to know if we knew her! Mac patiently explained that Australia is a "big place" and that "no" out of the 2 million in our home town, we didn't know "Glenda." Interesting understanding of Australia for the Grade 2 teacher of Seward. The last stop for the day was at the marina to watch the fishing boats returning with the tourist groups and their catch. Couldn't help thinking if all the keen fishermen and women back home and how much they would have loved this adventure. ...
... on Oxygen. We went back into Seward to eat and take a look at the shops. While we were eating the rain stopped and the clouds moved out to reveal the amazing majestic peaks surrounding Seward. We walked along the ocean beach and admired the mountains, the glaciers and of course took a lot of pictures. When we got back to Miller’s Landing we walked down to the beach. The fishing charters had come back with all their ...
... On the walk from the truck to the dock, the rain slacked and then stopped. As we boarded the ship, slivers of blue sky were starting to peek through. Heading into Prince William Sound, it was beautiful, no clouds, no fog, only blue skies for perfect glacier viewing.
The ship we cruised was the Klondike. It had 342 souls on board, was running two 3,002 hp engines that used 135 gallons each of ...
... the cove and was watching dozens of fish swim under us via his digital sonar. Nothing took my line though. We zipped along the coast to another fishing spot, with the same results. We figured we were a tad too early to catch the thousands of red salmon that would soon be heading into the bay, but dozens of fish appeared on the sonar. We switched lures to try for rock fish and lingcod, but nothing happened. Varner decided to take us farther out to an island known ...