Glacier Creek Lodging
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free parking
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... is the shared cost made it much cheaper than staying in separate rooms at an in town motel. The afternoon was lazy, and then a big outing to the grocery store. Crazy expensive prices here. Since we had a big lunch, we picked up chicken, sides, and beer, then ate in tonight. Hopefully tomorrow will be better weather, but other than that, we are having a great ...
In my research for this trip I found that the the Kenai Fjords trips are highly recommended with "the longer the better" and "get out of the bay" being the most common comments. We decided early on that the 9 hr tour would be too long for us. That meant the 6 hr tour was for us. I also found in my research that the trips have a high incidences of seasickness. Seemed like everyone should take some sort of precaution. Normally, I would avoid this type of ...
... 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. ...
... shared site at the Quartz Creek Campground on beautiful Kenai Lake. We had hamburgers at the Sunrise Inn just a mile from our RV site and homemade brownies and ice cream in Minnie with Tricia and Henry for dessert. An early bedtime tonight ----but then again I would love to see the Strawberry Moon at 10:22!! (http://www.natureworldnews.com/article s/7536/20140612/superstition-full-straw berry-moon-rises-on-friday-the-13th.htm ...
... enough to cover the costs of being in the race. It's definitely a race for those who love the sport, not for those who do it for money.
Seward is a town of about 3,000 people right on Resurrection Bay which was formed eons ago by a glacier. Seward, as in "Seward's Folly" was the original start of the Iditarod. It was also the first port of entry, so to speak, during WWII.
On our second day we went to Exit Glacier. This is in Kenai ...