Hidden Creek Bed and Breakfast
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... the train lines and the motorcyclist fell off. So now they put them last so they won’t get run over by the cars following.
The boat was great, the scenery was great, but the weather was lousy. I stayed outside at the back of the boat so I could take photos. It was wet and cold. I kept on getting raindrops on my camera lens so it is lucky I am a prolific photo taker as I could delete all the spotty ones. We saw quite a few glaciers but two ...
... Creek at the confluence of Glacier Creek. The water was moving quickly and violently underneath this bridge. Yep more pictures! Then we came to the Hand Tram which is a cage suspended across the creek and large deep gulch. The tram worked by pulling the cables attached to the cage on both sides of the gulch. It was a great upper body work out. Kevin and I helped pull the cables to move some people ...
July 28, 2014
Eight a.m., time to go panning for gold. We turned off of the Alyeska 'highway' onto a goat path of a road. Seriously, these people must have mechanics on retainer. The sign said it was three miles...of course we drove past it an extra mile because the sign didn't look like what we thought a gold mine sign should look like..ugh! We drove down an even smaller goat path...ummm, let's see, I can't think of what is smaller ...
Slow starting day, but we made it to breakfast by 10am at Silvertip Grill in Girdwood, a small place but very good service and good food. Dressed for hiking again, we headed back to Alyeska Resort to the start of the Winner Creek Trail. The trail starts behind the hotel like the one yesterday but this one stays lower on the mountain. It is 2.3 miles to Winner Creek Gorge and another 2/10 to a hand tram over the water. Part of the trail is used for the Iditarod race.
The first 1/2 ...
... Then we got to Whittier! I've seen it variously described as unique, dystopian and bizzarre, and would agree with them all. After the Japanese attack on the Aleutian Islands during WWII, the US needed somewhere for a secret military installation. It had to be "an ice-free port,as inaccessible as possible, lost in visibility-reducing cloud and surrounded by impassable mountains". Whittier fit the bill. ...