Beary Patch Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... first stop was the town of Girdwood. This town was destroyed by the earthquake of 1964. Someone donated a large parcel of land to the town so they moved it further into the valley. It is a big ski resort now, overshadowed by a huge glacier.
Further along the road there was a wildlife refuge where they look after orphaned animals. It was a great place to get some photos up close as they were used to people and were behind a fence. ...
... br> For those of you who are fans of the Discovery Channel show "Deadliest Catch", Homer is the home port for “Time Bandit”….They are in port right now and we found her!
So, a lazy day of relaxing and catching up to Facebook and email! We are beginning to wind down and use up as much of our food supplies in preparation for leaving on Wednesday!
For the first time in 2 weeks, we drove 0 miles ...
Weather not great today so enjoyed a little sleep in for a change. Yeah! More like our usual style of traveling.
Found a laundromat and dropped 2 weeks worth off for wash and fold as can not be ***** hanging around for 2hrs doing it ourselves. Cost $25 which is pretty cheap considering hotels charge you about $4 per pair of grundies!
Down the 3.5miles to the spit, past pirate ships and giant oranges (yes, weird) converted into houses by some of ...
... hey bear” to advise any bears (of which there are many) of our presence. This business of constantly advertising our presence becomes an amusing but oft wearying part of our bushwalking in Alaska. The opposite of Australian practice where one walks silently so one might actually see something, we hypothesise that the selection for noisy pioneering Americans (who thus avoided death by bear) has become embedded into the American psyche and guides, for ...
After the boat picked us up, we had about a 30 min ride to Yukon Island to have lunch and then do the sea kayaking portion of our trip. Overall, hiking in this part of the world was truly an experience of a lifetime.
Upon arrival at Yukon Island we found a make-shift lean-to full of kayaks, spray skirts, paddles and life jackets. We had a great lunch on the beach and enjoyed the gorgeous surroundings immensely. After ...