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Travel Blogs from Valdez
... time we turned a corner we had to stop and admire the vista. The car was full of Awes and Ahhs. Then when we turned down the Valdez Road it changed again. Lots of red ground colours and huge glaciers right in your face. Its just been an awesome days drive.
Valdez is where the Alaskan Oil Pipeline ends, that's the one I saw out in Coldfoot. This is also where they had the huge Oil ...
... Six couples of us had dinner at Off the Hook restaurant after the cruise. One of our best meals on our trip. I had Halibut in a wonderful Piccata sauce. Pete had a seafood stir fry that he loved too. We are about tired of all the Halibut fish and chips but they sure are delicious here! Today the four of us drove to a fish hatchery with all the salmon returning to where they were hatched. It sucks to be a salmon. They fought like crazy to get to the ...
... you could find everything from yogurt to fishing poles and bait. On our visit to the Valdez Museum we learned about the Trans Alaska Pipeline, Exxon Valdez Spill and the Good Friday Earthquake of 1964. The damage from the earthquake and tsunami caused the relocation of the whole town of Valdez.
We spent four peaceful days surrounded by mountains, glaciers, waterfalls and some of the most beautiful scenery that we have seen in Alaska.
... Came back to Valdez and then went to the Valdez Museum which deals in great detail with the earthquake and tsunami of 1964 where 33 in Valdez died and 130 in all Alaska. Getting ready to catch the ferry tomorrow to Whittier.
FUN FACTS FOR GRANDKIDDOS
-Fairbanks temp was around 80 here it us 55
Where to begin? Simply one the most extraordinary travel experiences we've ever had. After all the weather concerns, we had a good weather day - cloudy but dry, except for a very brief shower. Our group of 6 plus one guide plus gear was taken by "water taxi" (a small boat that carries about 8 people) out Valdez Arm and a little way into Columbia Bay. On the way out we saw sea otters, Dalls porpoises, stellar sea lions, and ...