Bud and Carol's B & B

Address: PO Box 767, Girdwood, Alaska, United States | B&B
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    Travel Blogs from Girdwood

    Time to embark on the cruise.

    A travel blog entry by richardandelly on Aug 22, 2015

    18 photos

    Today we are getting picked up from The Ramada Hotel in Anchorage at midday. Taking a scenic wildlife tour to the boat. Had breakfast at The Hard Rock Cafe and then went for a walk around the markets. There was a cool kids merry go round using little ponies as the rides. Spent 1 hour at the Alaska Wildlife Reserve on the way to the boat. There were bison, a bald Eagle, grizzly ...


    A travel blog entry by fairfamily on Aug 14, 2015

    43 photos

    ... I could get my camera sensor cleaned at Stewart's. Then we drove up to Kincaid Park to see the views since it was a nice, clear day. The views were spectacular and we were surprised at how many soccer fields were up there. By now it was noon and we went to
    pick up Nolan and Evan Rand. The boys have become friendly with Evan and Nolan over all the years we have been coming and enjoy biking, playing and hanging with them. This year The Rand's were in ...

    Surf's up and tramway up

    A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Jul 10, 2015

    6 photos

    ... Arm are narrow, shallow and gently sloping, which forces the rapidly rising tidewaters to form a tidal flood with an abrupt, raised front. It takes 5 hrs for a wave to travel from the mouth of Turnagain Arm to the far end of the arm. The largest bores occur during extreme minus tides (-2.0 to -5.5) with the full & new moon cycles.
    Interestingly they aren't as big since the 1964 earthquake because it isn't as shallow. We did see a kayaker, paddle boarder ...

    The awesomness of Whittier

    A travel blog entry by takethisandrun on Jun 21, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... Specifically the “Glacier Discovery” train and the “Prince William Sound Blackstone Bay Glacier Cruise” (This is all thanks to Mike’s mom!!). The train ride was surprisingly cramped but the tour guide and the conductor made sure to point out and describe landmarks and animals that popped up along the way, even stopping to make sure we all had a good look.

    On the train ride (back and forth) we saw Bald Eagles, ...


    A travel blog entry by sallyglass on Sep 05, 2014

    2 comments, 19 photos

    ... the ship. SPECTACULAR !!!

    We sailed right to the end of the bay to Harvard Glacier ..... I swear I thought the ship was going to bump into the glacier. This glacier was 2 miles wide .... Not quite as high as Margerie but because of the calmness of the water and the lack of icebergs we could get so close.

    There were otters floating on their backs and a seal on an iceberg but they seemed to like the port side of the boat and we didn't see them.

    Again ...