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Got packed and house ship shape. Left around 10:30. An absolutely gorgeous SUNNY day. The scenery on the drive into Anchorage was amazing. We really hadn't seen it sans clouds and rain before. A spectacular view of Mt McKinley (Denali). Rode about a bit and then to the Anchorage ...
... br> Onwards, after much gaping at the lake and glaciers, to Whittier Tunnel. Got lucky and went through 2.5 mile tunnel one way they mountain to come out in other side to Whittier. The tunnel then closes and open to traffic to come thru from the other side. Tunnel is narrow has signs asking you to watch out for falling rocks & has water running down the walls -- but is lit! Got pulled over barely 1/2 mile into town for speeding at 38-41 mph in 25 mph zone! Really, you ...
... s hard work! I could get very used to being wined and dined :-) The boys wanted to swim so I took them to the saline pool. Bill and Charlyne arrived and we all went back up the tram to have dinner at Seven Glaciers. I'm not sure the boys appreciated dining in such a fancy restaurant, but the meal, view and company were all outstanding. Everyone is a little sad to leave this place, but tomorrow we are taking the ferry across Prince William Sound to ...
... in the rain. The Tunnel opens every 30 min or so each way, and Motorcycles are only able to ride last since they tend to crash. So we wait in the heavy rain for 15 min seeing the 18 wheelers go through the tunnel, knowing that we will all pass them again on the other side going trough the mountains.
A beautiful ride up the Kenai Peninsula follows, but in Anchorage we are out of luck. A concert / music festival ...
... my understanding that this tunnel was paid for by the penalties paid by the Exxon Valdez incident.
Day 2 > Hubbard Glacier (http://www.nps.gov/wrst/naturescience/ upload/HG%20Fact%201.pdf)
The Hubbard Glacier is North America’s largest tidewater glacier. It is 76 miles long, 7 miles wide, and 600 feet tall at its terminal face (350 feet exposed above the waterline and 250 feet below the waterline). The ice you ...
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