Bear's Den B&B and Lodging
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... times the scenery changes while going up a mountain!
On to new adventures! I leave Seward on Sunday and fly out of Anchorage on the red eye to Seattle where I meet up with my dear friend, Hannah, to tour the city for the day!! Then I'm on a second red eye to Kansas City!! I'll exhange my summer clothes for winter clothes and spend a few days running and baking with my besite, Angela! Then off ...
... involve lots of snow and cold! So in preparation of that I purchased snow boots and a Mountain Hardwear shell for the snow! Alaska is rainy, to say the least. Pretty much shortly after August started it has been raining daily. I walk to work in the rain, I run in the rain, I watch the rain. Because of this long lasting storm, work was been insane. For an entire week now we have either cancelled tours or issued weather warnings. I'm really looking forward to ...
... terminal. We were glad we were able to come back to visit the area. While we enjoyed the cruise of Alaska, there is so much more to see in Alaska that the cruise doesn't even touch. The saying that Alaska is the last frontier is so true. There is a camaraderie among the RVers. We are all on the same adventure, anxious to share what we have seen. The camp Laundry room is the central meeting place to share your Alaska road ...
... we get so many perks and this is one of them! Since it is raining here today it would be snowing on the glacier but the cloud cover is so low today that it probably wouldn't be worth it because we wouldn't see the view from the helicopter. So we'll try again next week! I have now seen 3 types of glaciers; hanging, tidewater, and an alpine glacier. We will no longer be going to Homer in two weeks but we do plan to have lots of adventures in ...
... boy and they kept us entertained. We saw three types of whales. A few humpbacks were playing on their sides, a large pod of orca killer whales gave us a great long visit, and we saw a couple of fin whales as well. The boat captain gave us a lot of interesting facts that I wish I could remember to note here, but will just summarize by saying the whales are really big, up to 100 ft on the fin whales, and ...