Glacier Creek Lodging
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... far superior to the Windjammer and became our go to eatery!
We did not eat in any of the specialty restaurants. We had a reservation at Izumi, but decide to cancel and go to dining room.
Dressing for dinner- I read tons of threads on this. The consensus seemed to be that people dress down for dinner in Alaska. On 2 occasions we went to the dinner room right from being in port. We were dressed in hiking boots and all. Neither was a formal night. ...
... love pulling the sled.
Sarah had tons of fun with 2 10 month old dogs. they loved pulling her gloves off!
We took turns in different sled positions. I got a great video of Sarah riding all the way in the back on the second sled.
We could have spent hours riding on the dog sled, but we did eventually have to return to the Seward airport. ...
... So, in our case, we waited for the train to go though, and the traffic light to turn green so that about 100 of us could go single file through to the other side. Really interesting, and quite slippery as, not only is the tunnel wet from the mountain seepage, we are also travelling on the railway tracks imbedded into the road.
Then it was down the road 70 miles or so towards Seward where we landed exactly a week ago by boat. Close to Seward, we took a right turn and drove ...
Today we took to the sea. Lori and the kids took a Kenia Fjords tour and Dale and I took a halibut charter. The halibut charter was a long trip to where we started fishing. They have some perplexing regulations in the area and you could keep two halibut. One any size and one less than 29". A 16 year old on the charter caught a black bass, a 90-100 lb halibut, king salmon. Enjoyable to watch. We started catching dog fish early ...
... weeks, but nice to go at my own pace for a bit, too.
Jim and Elijah booked a trip board a boat a high-speed catamaran that offered six-hour national Parks tour around Kenai Peninsula up to the glaciers. We left at 11:30 with a stiff northerly wind and motored out of the harbor picking up speed to around 25 knots. The captain was a wonderful tour guide pointing out interesting places along the way like an old fort when the USA was in world war 2 and ...