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... next to you, friends near, and fish jumping out of the water around you - it just can't get any better than this!!
We all now have 6,000 miles down and another 2,000 miles on the tows and we are still looking forward to what is around the next corner.
We will stay here for two days and then on down to Clam Gluch. Guess what we will do there? Clam for 6'' long razor clams! I think I smell clam chowder cooking already.
Next we would head out to Exit Glacier, I pushed to do this as we had missed Byron Glacier. Exit Glacier was easy to find and had standard National Park bathrooms. There is a small visitor center with info on glaciers. Sarah likes to read all the signs(gets that from Matt) and it will pay off when we get to Mendenhall.
... puppies were up on the glacier. The mushers told us to stop by the kennel to see the puppies, knowing Sarah would love it! We had a packed day, so we didn't make it to the kennel
After our adventure on the glacier, we grabbed some lunch at the Sea Bean. A quick trip back to the cabin to change our clothes. We weren't going to need the thermals for the rest of our day!
... on this boat. Please do not leave your bags on unattended seats as other passengers may want to sit there." intoned the polite ladies voice. Yeah, right. Nobody moved a muscle.
Not that it really mattered. Another gloriously sunny day, and this is Alaska. The mv Aurora is certainly not the ms Statendam in any form. There is one lady in the kitchen, and she is mainly taking money and replenishing the coffee whitener. On the bright side, there was a vending machine that sold ...
... Park and one of many glaciers coming from the Harding Ice Field. It is the largest glacier in North America. When explorers were trekking around, they decided that this particular glacier would be the best one to exit on, hence the name. We got an upclose look with a fairly short hike, and then we strapped on snowshoes and carried trekking poles up the steep Harding Ice Field trail. It was hot and we were very anxious to get on the snow to cool down and get ...