Girdwood Good Night B&B
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... to work at either Alyeska or be a tour guide at Denali. Back at the hotel, things were still chaotic and we knew they were fully booked for the night, so we checked out and headed for Crow Creek Mine to see if we could find some gold. Crow Creek Mine is beautiful! Not a real mine, but almost a little village set by a river with views of Alyeska. It is a paradise of flowers. One of the girls working there told me that because they are about 10 degrees cooler than ...
... streams of their beginning. Native Alaskans were chest deep in the brackish water with huge circular nets jockeying for the sweet spot to nab dinner. I had seen it done on reality TV but was still a bit skeeved out when a fisher woman smashed the head of her fish to kill it and then threw it up on the sand. I'll take a pass on fishing as a competitive sport.
We we stopped to walk through a rock and ...
... off for the night, then take a side road to the Portage Valley and Whittier and continue our journey to Kenai on Sunday when, hopefully everyone would be going in the opposite direction - for work on Monday.
We were so glad we did, the Portage Valley was stunning, mountains, rivers, lakes and glaciers, even an iceberg .
I had thought there would be noise of the motors and vibration but we progressed smoothly with only the sound of the wake to be heard...
I wanted to get my hands on the wine but SHE insisted we keep it for special.. what could have been more special than this???
Spent the next couple of hours learning the layout of the ship and its multiple areas of interest..
... being towed by a tiny tug. There is a sharp colour change in the water, with the waters to the north full of brown silt, presumably from a river emptying into the inlet.
For a fine Saturday there are only a few yachts out on the water, so it must be considered early in the season, but there are a lot of freighters at anchor in English Bay. We get a photo of a token wind generator on Grouse Mountain, turning lazily in the light breeze, and encounter the first of ...