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Travel Blogs from Girdwood
We were at the Ferry Dock at 6 AM, one bike on standby. We saved us a 300 mile ride on the bike to arrive in rainy Whittier. Long lunch getting off the boat waiting for the rain to stop, no joy. We add another 25 min in the local Espresso Store in town to go through "The Tunnel" - the only way in and out of town. A 2.5 Mile straight train track tunnel with sheets of metal in the middle. Tricky to ride in the dry, ...
Stopped here for gas on the way back to Anchorage. Briefly toured the town and chatted with the locals on places to stay. Ironically we were told not to tent in the town RV camping area as there were many non desirable locals that frequented the area at nite. We heeded their advice and headed back to Anchorage for the evening but stopped first at the Bakery on the main highway for a taste of fresh baking. The Bakery is known for their cinnamon buns made ...
November 2012 grandma and grandpa announced that they were going to take an Alaskan cruise. Vera and I could not resist and said that we would join them, and so we did. The dates we chose to cruise coincided with grandpa and Vera's birthday (5/22 and 5/26); so once again HAPPY BIRTHDAY to you both.
We selected the Norwegian Sun as our cruise ship, from Norwegian Cruise Lines (NCL)
(http://www.ncl.com/). We had to fly ...
... block is still there -- and thats where everyone lives !!! Our bed and breakfast is on the 15th floor of this village within a building. The style is still 1945 in recognizable hospital green and cement block style. One side of the building looks out over the fjord and the harbor. Our side looks out at a green and grey mountain side, cut by a long waterfall down from the ice at the top. Strange men sit in the lobby checking on who goes ...
... through once, this second one was therefore named "Turn Again River", which later became Turnagain Arm. Cook's Sailing Master who actually named it Turnagain was none other than William Bligh, later to be Captain Bligh of the Bounty, scene of the famous mutiny.)
On the drive up from Seward (about 90 miles) I passed some fine scenery, which I had driven through a few days ago on the way south but had not seen so well due to the weather ...
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