Timberline Drive BnB
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... so high that they receive a high snow fall so they are continually being replenished. The majority of glaciers are retracting due to climate change. John Hopkins is one of the 12.
The ship pulled up in front of the glacier then pivoted so each side of the ship had a good view. We watched carefully for calving of the ice. Because light travels faster than sound, by the time you hear the thunder and the crack of the crevices breaking off, the sightings came later so ...
We awoke very early and headed back to Anchorage to clean out the RV. After emptying it out we left the boys at the house and drove to GAH to return the RV. It went well, but only several hours later did we remember that we had forgotten to empty out the fridge and freezer. For our last full day in Anchorage the weather decided it hated us. It was the worst weather day yet, but we still ...
... able to get a room back at ‘Majestic View’. After our long showers and changing into clean clothes we headed for the town Laundromat and
filled several machines with all our salty, dirty gear. Having completed chores we revisited the Salty Dog Inn to meet up with our camping companions for a pre-dinner drink. It was ‘sea shanty’ ...
... then, a freakin' bus full of teenage tourists, probably from some summer explorers babysitting camp, pulled up and got off with their ear buds and smart phones...oh no, oh no. We would fine another load to strike.
We drove into the town of Girdwood and Bud went into the mercantile to see if he could buy a miners pan. The clerk, less than a ray of sunshine, said she had never panned for gold a day in her life. There was, however, ...
... amazing salmon and prime rib lunch. In a giant cove the monster ice sheets laid. The black view glacier was huge and it created a giant waterfall. The crevasses of the glaciers made jagged edges in rows, almost like shark teeth. The glaciers attracted many wildlife like harbor seals and black kitty-wakes. The falling glaciers created a sea of icebergs almost ...