Havenwood Guest House
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... views as we head to the airport on a four hour ride through the vistas of Alaska. We are thankful for the time in the airport awaiting our flight so that I can catch up on this blog and record all our memories while they are fresh in our minds. We hope to come back someday to enjoy the beauty of ...
... So, we decided to eat local and support the fishermen and their businesses. We came across a cute restaurant right off the boardwalk. The menu looked fantastic and reasonably price. To our discomfort the food we had consumed made a few of my friends, including myself, sick. The food was fried in what it seemed like old frying oil when they were not even busy- we were the only people in the place. The eatery was called 'Marina Restaurant". I should have done my research ahead ...
... a snack about 11 o’clock. This might sound a simple task but every pull-out didn’t have a view of the river, just trees. We actually wanted to watch the fisherman standing in the middle of the river fishing. They are after silver tail salmon which I think are Coho. Apparently,they are really good eating because the sockeye are spawning and dying. This area is called Kenai Pennisula and the only thing people do here ...
... to visit the Kenai Fjords National Park and hike to the Exit Glacier which, because of its accessibility, is one of the most visited glaciers in Alaska. A few geocaches along the way were discovered.
A travel meeting outlining our trips to Palmer and Valdez preceded some fast games of Bingo with some really nice prizes. Dex won a fanny pack which I confiscated immediately!
A good day was had by all!
... is a rescue center for marine animals funded by the Exxon Valdez spill. The kids enjoyed it while Sue was unimpressed. Tom stayed home to figure out how to drop the kids off at the ferry, return the RV and find a ride to drive him back at the ferry. This was complicated by the fact that the only way to Whittier is through a one lane tunnel that operates one way in 30 minute increments. (Thanks to our new BFFs Anna and Hans who offered to meet Tom at the RV place and drive him ...