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... our guide and some of our group mates. Steve and Nick went on a ridge hike, dad went on a kayak trip in the lagoon, Ben and Alston hiked together and Taylor and Jake hung out relaxing at the lodge. We all gathered together at 1:00 for lunch before boarding the boat to Seward. On the boat we saw more humpback whales, a huge raft of sea otters, puffins, cormorants, Dall's porpoises and harbor ...
... trip to Aialik glacier. After breakfast we all packed our lunches and donned our kayak gear. Riley, who we'd met yesterday was our guide. We had to walk back to the main boat launch and get into one of three double kayaks. Taylor went with Riley, I went with Nick and that left Jake and Alston together. Riley took us out to an island in the bay and we saw sea caves. There were lots of puffins around and we even saw ...
Wednesday was a relaxing, lazy day. We made it to a local brewery (St. Elias Brewing Company) for lunch and watched a rabbit wandering around our cabin that afternoon while we played a board game.
It rained all day Thursday but ...
... br> After the cruise, we visited the Alaska SeaLife Center. Alaska SeaLife Center Home Page
Our last stop of the day was a short hike to see the Exit Glacier. Exit Glacier - Kenai Fjords National Park (U.S. National Park Service)
... s for the upcoming competitions.
While we were there Nels was in recovery from his hip surgery. Carla had a hard time getting Nels to recuperate and relax. He is a very active person and would much prefer to be gardening or seeing his patients than lying on his back. I saw a lot of my dad (his first cousin) in him. My dad goes and goes until his battery runs out and he catches the flu or something and physically can not stand, spends ...
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