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... round trip!)
Schedules figured out Tom joined the group downtown where strolled the 3 blocks enjoying the murals and the gift shops. We walked back past the playground where Evie adopted a puppy and Tyler co-opted a skateboard while Sue prepared a halibut dinner - the last of 1/2 of the gifted halibut we had received. We gave the other half to Hans and Anna.
Filled with the bounty of good internet service we surfed the evening away and had an early night.
... researching for the trip I found that the cabins are smaller on the Radiance than on the Indy. I went up a level b/c with 3 of us I did not want a smaller cabin. I can confirm that the cabins are smaller on the Radiance as we met a couple that had also sailed on Indy and were in the same category and felt the cabin was smaller.
We loved this CABIN! The Pullman was over the sofa rather than over the bed. I believe it was a sofa bed as I think the ...
The rainiest day of our trip so far. We departed Anchorage and drove down the Seward Hwy around Turnagain Arm off of Cook Inlet. We had been this way three times on our previous trip to Alaska but it was still pretty. We passed Potter Marsh, Beluga Point, Windy Point (which it was), Bird Creek, Bird Point, and Tidewater Slough. There was still ice in the water in places. We took the Alyeska Hwy to the town of Girdwood (Crow Creek Mine) and intended to take ...
... weekend in March) in August.
-The type of dogs used today is really best described as a mutt. They are not (to our surprise) the fluffy Siberian Huskies we envisioned, but quite a small dog that is a sled dog mutt "breed".
-Mushers must work completely on their own during the race with no outside help or contact.
-Without sponsors, it costs upwards of $30,000 to do the race - this includes keeping the dogs well fed throughout the year, ...
... When we arrived at the other end of the tunnel...well, Whittier is like no other town we've seen before. It is basically a fishing village, with a handful of businesses and cruise line companies just catered to tourists.
The weather was still drizzly so we wandered around for a short while before taking refuge at The Lazy Otter for coffee and shelter. I admit that the reindeer hot dog did sound tempting. Apart from a fudge shop, a salmon shop and a store ...