Sourdough Sunrise B & B
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... supper with a couple from Florida, and one from Oregon. The man from Oregon was an Investment banker who 10 years ago said "the heck with it" and started making a living from his interest in wine - very interesting. James said he was glad he didn't know that until AFTER he ordered wine! Ha! We went up to an observation deck to watch the departure just in time to see an ambulance drive up and remove ...
Grey when we arrived and grey when we woke up. Perfect day for a stroll. After moving our RV 4 spots over to claim a beautiful water front spot as folks streamed out of the campground we went for a long walk to the harbor. Along the way we spotted a handful of sea otters floating on their backs eating.
A quick stop at the ranger station and then to Safeway for some supplies. Tom then went into downtown to watch the World Cup finals ( the internet is a amazing. If ...
... a second night I believe they keep the table for you IF you have a reservation.
Jessie Boy and Jeffery were great and restored my love of cruse ship dining service! We gave them both WOW cards
The food: this is subjective, but I will give the food just an okay. The dining room food is fine, made better but great service. The Windjammer was ok but less than fine. I think the Windjammer is quite small and lacked choices. The Park Cafe in the ...
... is Leigh and she's very knowledgable about all things Alaska. When we got to Seward we loaded up the boat with everyone's bags and off we went. No connectivity for three days until we get back to Seward. The direct boat trip takes two hours, but we stopped a lot along the way to see wildlife. We saw puffins, Stellar sea lions, humpback whales, sea stars, Dall's porpoise, bald eagles and puffins to name just a few. Our captain took us to Holgate ...
... found out that at this time of year the sun rises at 5:15am and sets at 10:30pm. It's 10:10pm as I write this and it looks like dinner time outside. Very weird! Better to be here now, though, than winter when there's as little as 2 hours of sunlight a day. Oy.
The first morning we groggily made our way to the rental car - very strange to ride such a small, low to the ground vehicle after 6 weeks in Bessie! - and drove down the scenic Seward Highway ...