Maria's Majestic View Bed & Breakfast
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As I write this blog I am lying on a sunbed on the private balcony of our cabin on the Coral Princess cruise ship's 'Voyage of the Glaciers'. We are in Glacier Bay and the sky is blue with white fluffy clouds and glaciers and mountain peaks are passing before me. The sun is warming me despite the icy chill from the glaciers and the turquoise water …
... I think there is a ship’s graveyard there as well as there was quite a collection of old broken boats.
Back along the beach there was an eagle eating a fish. It was then swooped by another eagle. They chased each other for quite a while until eventually one flew away. It was quite fascinating to watch.
Now it is blog time. It is 8:20 and Jenny is waiting for the sun to set to take a photo. The evenings seem never ...
... a long drive, the rain started to taper off as we drove along the Kenai River This is one of the most popular Salmon fishing rivers in Alaska. It also has a very distinct color as a result of the glacial silt in the water.
We eventually make it to Homer and as we enter town we see the mountains and the waters of Cook Inlet and Kachemak Bay.
We are settled in an RV Park with our Winnie looking straight out at Kachemak Bay! ...
... on the other side and I'm sure he had visions of dragging us all over them. The girls win out today so shopping at the boardwalk shops it is! Lots closed for the season already however still enough to entertain us (more than enough grumbles Jeff). Jeff: "This is completely untrue!"
Had a simple lunch at Glacier burger which I thought was fine but obviously didn't live up to standards of my two pooh-poohing traveling compatriots. Here's a tip, if the place ...
... sitcom scripts and US foreign policy. As an alternative to “hey bear” we loudly share our hypothesis with countless unseen bears across Alaska, none of whom dispute our acute insight.
Brooks camp, by the way, was “national geographic” – see the pictures. Safely housed on our viewing platform behind robust fences, we (and some 40 other bear aficionados and one film crew) could see up to dozen bears ranged along the falls ...