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... we set off across the bay.
After about half an hour we reached Right Beach and quickly formed a human chain to unload all our gear and get it up the beach as the tide was coming in fast. Finally the water taxis left and we were left alone on the beach with forests all around us. The surroundings were beautiful and the peace and quiet so restful.
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... off a fishing trawler, and most impressively has run away from grizzly bears and lived to tell about it! We wondered a little about the accuracy of his tales ... but they were certainly entertaining:
One time he was walking home through the forest in the dark from a party to his home, very drunk when he saw a shadow looming over him on the path. He looked up, and a massive grizzly was standing on its hind legs only a few feet from him! Naturally he ran, ...
... not interested in us (where have I heard THAT before)...But it turns out they could care less, even the ones on the hill playing see us, but can't be bothered.
We move 4 times and our last move is later in the day and we go around the bend of the river and this is where we see the cubs. About 9 in all by 4 different moms.
As you know, I have more bear photos, maybe that needs to be my second book!!! Hmm.
... able to get very close to the face of the 2 of them, so that we could see and hear them "calving" - when pieces fall off the face of the glacier.
From Seward we went to Ninilchik, where we went halibut fishing. Lots more Dramamine (I'm done with boats for awhile!). There were 6 of us on the boat, with our captain and a trainee, and we caught 14 halibut. Halibut are a type of flounder, called a right-handed flounder. Until they ...
I forgot to tell you that that highlight yesterday was stepping in dog **** at our lunch stop. The worst part is that I didn't realize it until we got back in the motor home. I went to get into my seat and scuffed the side of my shoe on the seat. I then brushed the "dirt" off with my hand. The odor then decided to surface with the alarming realization that it was not "dirt" now on my hand, my seat, ...