Susitna Sunsets Bed And Breakfast
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... the spit, a four mile gravel bank jutting out into beautiful Kachemak Bay, there are boats that haven't sailed for decades, huddled in an untidy, colourful picaresque mass: one has been home for many years to a family with five children.Boats in the harbor unaware of Gregwynk Glacier sneaking up on them
... Headed back into town to find the information centre, only to find it was in a Federal Building, and visitors were subject to the full security check, including belt removal. Two young men behind us were giving the guards a hard time about the inspection, saying what we were thinking, but not game to say.
We got some good maps and information, paid a dollar for a road map, and got directions to a place where we might be able to view salmon, and to where we might find ...
... out, we were going to try and stop by our friends' seafood company but Steve wasn't feeling well so we skipped that and the town shops and jumped back onboard. We didn't have much planned for our last port, Skagway. Most people jump on a train but long train rides are not really fun for us. So instead, we walked around their wild, wild west town. Then, we did a short hike and got to see a sea lion playing in a cove. Gorgeous scenery there! We decided to get ...
... a cloudy day, went down to Ship Creek to spot any salmon although very, very late in season. Saw a seagull actually grab a salmon in creek! But, none of the fisherman seemed be catching anything and we saw no other salmon. Went quick shopping at Ulu Factory by the creek. Also, cool looking restaurant spanning a bridge over the creek.
Next, on way to Resolution Point to see Cook's Inlet -- stopped ...
... 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 ...