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... each other again. Ria shared some delicious Belgium chocolate with us and we said our good-byes again but hopefully not forever!! We came to the road to the Alyeska Ski Resort and the town of Girdwood and decided to take it. The ski area and hotel were beautiful and we found the sweetest little chapel near the resort. As we were leaving the hotel area, we rounded a corner and there were Tricia and Henry checking out the same area. We headed for Girdwood and ...
... our return cruise, and went back to the ship for lunch, and were up on deck for photos about 2pm as the ship sailed, continuing north up the channel, passing the airport on the port side, and the industrial area, with a large floating dock, on the starboard side. We managed to catch a seaplane right in the middle of one of our scenic photos. It is not all that unusual as they are buzzing about all day. Later have an hour’s sleep. Dianne tried to resist, as she knew ...
... Much good info. We went from the cruise directly to Alyeska Resort by way of the tram (climbing 2,000 ft up the mt) arrived at the 7-Glacier Restaurant for dinner and to celebrate Jerry's bday. Sat in the lounge...had an incredible view of mts and glaciers. Bon and Jer enjoyed their meal...JK and I, not so much. Home by around ...
... muskox, porcupine, eagle and....elk. Alaska does not have a native elk, however, in the thirties, Roosevelt Elk from Oregon were introduced to Algoniak Island off of Kodiak Island and they have thrived.
We head on to Portage Valley and stay at the Williwaw State Campground, where we have a phenomenal view of a hanging glacier on the streamside campsite. Nice campfire, great boardwalk hike and another beautiful day in Alaska comes to a close.
It was a very early start for us today from Anchorrage to board the Cruise in Whittier around Noon timeframe.Whittier is 62 miles from Anchorrage and there is a tunnel that you have to cross which opens every one hour for only 15 minutes. This is a shared tunnel for passenger cars and trains between Anchorrage and Whittier. So if you are planning to drive on u'r own, plan your trip time considering the tunnel schedule.
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