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... cold again so the views weren't there. We all had either salmon or halibut for lunch. We headed to our Cottage on the Bay, about 2 miles from town but 10 minutes on a rough gravel road. It's an eclectic little cottage that could use some updating, but the owner (Sue) greeted us on arrival, it is clean, directly on the water, and we all have our own bedroom. ...
... formal night we had a 7pm dinner reservation. We found only one "manned" photo station and on the second formal we found 2 after we ate. We also didn't see photographers when getting off the ship. Funny thing was that we saw pics with other backgrounds and of people getting off the ship. Not sure if our timing was off, but sure glad I didn't have a photo package this time around! Pics as always are pricey. Bought 4 photos and one was 1/2 off...just under $80.
... we got up to the glacier the musher were in long sleeves pulled up with no jackets and said it was the best day of the year!
The helicopter/pilot stayed on the glacier with us.
Words can not express how beautiful it was up there! Pictures just can't do it justice!
There were 2 dogs not on the sled and they were barking and carrying on, the ...
... up on the blog so I worked until 1:30AM and was shocked to see it still light outside at that time. Up this morning, Thursday, and off to Portage to see the glaciers. We left Golden Nugget about 11:30 and headed for Portage. An uneventful drive was followed by lunch in the motor home and a 3:00 reservation for a trip around Portage Lake to see the Portage Glacier. The glacier is part of the Chugach National ...
... food for the musher, plane fees, etc.
-At the end of the race (in Nome) all of the mushers, dogs and equipment are flown home in a huge cargo plane.
-The winner this year (Mitch Seavey) completed the race in just over 8 days.
-Mushers use about 2,000 dog booties throughout the race to protect their 16 dogs' paws.
-Typical temps (though not this year) are -60 degrees Fahrenheit.
-The grand prize winner receives $50,000 and a new ...