Alaska Creekside Cabins
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so cute and accommodating! Loved it!
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... animals. Upon leaving Aialik Glacier we did encounter a large pod of humpbacks that were bubble feeding and one of them was repeatedly breaching. They entertained us for quite a while.
Before returning to Seward, we stopped at Fox Island for a buffet dinner of salmon and prime rib.
Tomorrow we will move on to Homer.
(More pictures will be added when I have a better internet connection.
... fields of Fireweed I've seen yet. We camped outside of Homer and did drive back in on the third day to catch a brief clearing of the views so we did see a little more and got a couple of pictures too. We both said that weather plays such an important role in your impression of a place. This could easily have happened when we first rolled into Haines or Hope (our favorite Alaska spots) and we may have left never knowing how fantastic those places were. But ...
... and lattes everyday and switched over to the free coffee the company provides us. Much cheaper!
Thailand is kind of up in the air at the moment. It was announced that tourists should stay out of Bangkok sooooo maybe I'll start thinking of something else to do for the winter if Thailand falls through. Any ideas?!
Well, time to go to work.
... sans-serif; font-size: 12.727272033691406px; line-height: 17.27272605895996px;">Dall Porpoises -- so playful and so many!
Tons of Gulls
1 Humpback whale
... closest viewpoint of the glacier even though there were much more difficult, longer hikes up towards the Harding Ice Field (over 30 glaciers extend from here). The hike to the glacier was quick, mainly because it was exciting. We knew we were getting closer because the temperature began to drop as we approached the clearing that provided the best view. The water from the melting ice ran down the sides, underneath and even ...