Blue Heron Bed and Breakfast, Cabins and Guesthouse at Glacier Bay Gustavus

Address: Quarter Mile Dock Rd., Box 77, Gustavus, Alaska, 99826-0077, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Quarter Mile Dock Rd., Box 77, Gustavus, is near Mt. Fairweather Golf Course.
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      Travel Blogs from Gustavus

      Hey You, Get off of my Rock!

      A travel blog entry by dave-sue-rv on Aug 07, 2014

      2 comments, 22 photos

      ... where all the muscles and nerves were attached. In the woods, we passed a tree that bears had used for scratching, and then saw a permanent bear path. When we saw the video of our trip, Mike, the naturalist, was showing the kids the permanent bear path. He was talking about habits and asked the children what a habit was. Sophie responded, "something you do over and over." Mike asked ...

      Hubbard Glacier

      A travel blog entry by eanselm on Aug 07, 2014

      12 photos

      Our last full day of the cruise was spent on the ship. We traveled into the bay where Hubbard Glacier is located at about 6 am. We started to see ice chunks in the water at about 6:30am and arrived within viewing distance at 7. We couldn't sleep the night before in anticipation.It was overcast but the water was very calm. The captain was able to bring the boat to within 1/2 mile of the glacier which is as close as anyone can get. Ice pieces as big as buildings are ...

      Whales to left, whales to the right, here I am

      A travel blog entry by kramertown on Jul 16, 2014

      ... guests asking the purser if they could arrange a tour of the bridge. Not fully knowing what that meant Sue urged Tom to see if he and the kids could go "visit the captain." At 8:30am his name and four other were called over the loudspeaker to head to the pursers desk. "Your request has been granted by the captain" said the purser. "Return at 9am and you can visit the bridge."

      At 9am Tom and the kids went up to the bridge and got "a tour" which was being ...

      Icy Strait Point

      A travel blog entry by mollanjake on Jul 08, 2014

      8 photos

      ... right behind the driver. Our driver grew up in Hoonah and was knowledgeable about the area plants and animals. He had great stories about growing up in the rain forest and told us about the natives use of the seal, the entire seal.

      The tram thru the rain forest was neat but I didn't take pictures. Once we were near the water, someone spotted a lone seal. we also saw an eagle or 2. At the end of the line so to speak we got out and ...

      Glacier Bay

      A travel blog entry by gregd999 on Jun 20, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... picked up a couple of National Park guides, and headed the 100km up the bay to see it, spending about an hour looking at it and listening to the guide's explanation, before turning the ship around so that the people with cabins on the other side could have their turn, and slowly cruising back.

      Saw the odd whale, lots of birds and a bit of calving (no, not that sort, it's called calving when bits of glaciers fall off into the ...