Bud and Carol's B & B
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... 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.
We awoke very early and headed back to Anchorage to clean out the RV. After emptying it out we left the boys at the house and drove to GAH to return the RV. It went well, but only several hours later did we remember that we had forgotten to empty out the fridge and freezer. For our last full day in Anchorage the weather decided it hated us. It was the worst weather day yet, but we still ...
... butcher it. They need large freezers for that and also all the salmon they catch to see them through winter.
Yes, Alaska is still the ‘Last Frontier’ in many ways.
The other side of all the hunting, fishing etc. can be seen at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Centre. This is where injured animals are brought and cared ...
... then, a freakin' bus full of teenage tourists, probably from some summer explorers babysitting camp, pulled up and got off with their ear buds and smart phones...oh no, oh no. We would fine another load to strike.
We drove into the town of Girdwood and Bud went into the mercantile to see if he could buy a miners pan. The clerk, less than a ray of sunshine, said she had never panned for gold a day in her life. There was, however, ...
... squeezed between large pieces of granite. A small footbridge crosses us over to the other side and we went just a little further to a hand tram over the river below the gorge.
You'll probably understand better by looking at the pictures, but it is basically a metal cage suspended by a cable over the river. Two people get in and then gravity takes them about 1/3 out. From there, others help pull them across using ropes on a pulley system. On the other side, anyone waiting ...