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... were long and the dogs seemed fine while pulling our 1600 lb sled. After the ride we got to hold some baby puppies and play with the little furrballs. After that it was on to the road back home. The tram that we have wanted to go on for a long time was on the way back home so we decided to hit it up. It was located at the Alyeska Resort with many hiking trails and ...
... nice and clean. There was a lot of outdoor viewing spaces and we never had trouble seeing. Someone ALWAYS allowed Sarah(and me) to get up to the "rail".
You can book this tour with Kenai Fjords without hesitation.
The day was warm with beautiful, clear blue skies and CALM seas! We never felt anything. Not sure if it was the late night/early morning or the motion sickness meds, but Sarah slept for about the first hour of the trip. Matt ...
... on the rocks. Spectacular snow covered mountains everywhere. Unfortunately, as each of us has observed, despite every sight being amazing and absolutely worthy of several photos, at the end of the day they somewhat look the same. A sad indictment isn't it, that the sights you are seeing are all so incredible that it all becomes somewhat mundane.
Brendan bought yet another new card game called Bohnanza, on the pretext that his mother would like it which, as we all know, ...
... Felt sort of like being at the top of the world.
After a great Greek inspired dinner we walked back to our room in the clear light of 9:30pm.
Third day...Jim really wanted to kayak but the winds weren't cooperating. So he and Elijah opted for a 6-hour tour on a two-story catamaran through the bay, out into the open waters of the Gulf of Alaska and out to the Aialak glacier in another inlet. Sadly, my proneness to seasickness kept me ...
... however, we found the smallest portion of chips I have ever encountered anywhere, hardly enough even for me, along with what the waitress had described as “silverware” – plastic knife & fork! And all this cost more than twice what we would pay here.....the fish was tasty though.
Day 17 Seward/Stirling Highway 6th September
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