Susitna Sunsets Bed And Breakfast
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... got to the airport easily and got checked through quickly, although I was randomly chosen to have my hands swiped for chemicals. The funny thing that happened is that I have become so dark from all the outdoors activities that when I returned to the seating area to find Daisy , she told me she thought she saw me and it was a black guy (LOL).
The plane took off around 20 minutes late which cut our layover time to four and a half hours ...
... back, cold and a bit wet.
We waited until the two bus drivers for our company sorted out their loads, then waited while they ran around looking for two missing passengers. We were originally going to do a tour of Whittier on the bus, but we’d run out of time waiting for the missing people, however our driver explained we weren't missing much. Headed out to the bus, where Dianne grabbed a good seat while Murray made sure the bags went into the baggage trailer. ...
Now that we are in the daily routine of 'normal' life, we are pretty much in our home office everyday. It's been close to a year since we were in the USVI. Other than a quick trip to Vegas and Mexico, we've been pretty good about staying put. So we figured we deserved a bit of a getaway.
We thought about some warm destinations like Cabo but then we found an affordable cruise up to Alaska. It's been on our bucket list so we started digging into it. I ...
... apartments. It did get colder than I would ever have believed possible in August, and I have a new yellow coat with an Alaska logo to prove it. We traveled near the end of the tourist season, and we made our housing and activity reservations months ago. By traveling in August we completely missed buggy season; never really needed our new insect-repellant shirts. We also lucked out on the weather - choosing "the best Alaskan summer in 60 years!" Bottom ...
... there was some fog, which obscured the tops of some of the mountain ranges but lent a mystical air to them.
All the staff inside the carriages, apart from one who must have been the ‘top man’ I presume, were very young, being 18-23 but they did their jobs excellently. The guides, who commentated most of the way pointing out what we could see in regard to such things as the wildlife, landscape, facts about the geology, how names of places came about, the effect ...