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... I came home and filleted all the fish caught the first day. The salmon tasted delicious and was fresh, now we have enough salmon to eat for days. We took a break and watched a movie. We then went hiking up to the top of flat top mountain (the mountain we live on). It was a great view when you could see all of Anchorage in the surrounding mountains. The hike was really fun and we all enjoyed ...
... grandma's place on the beach than a rental. But, we all got a bedroom and it was reasonably priced. In nicer weather, we would have spent most of our time outside.
The drive from Seward to Girdwood was 2 1/2 hours, along a pretty stretch of the Seward Highway. We took a 15 mile trip to the former gold mine town of Hope. It's not much more than a few buildings on a wide dirt street. The one and ...
... as any North Americans were being processed immediately, with no lines, while we’d all been waiting for well over an hour. Not a good first impression. We were among the last to get aboard, in spite of arriving reasonably early.
By the time we got to our cabin, the luggage had arrived, so we sorted ourselves out a bit before going up to Deck 14 for lunch and a bit of a look before heading down to unpack. Go through the exercise of lifeboat drill, ...
It was changeover day today – roughly 1000 people got off the ship and 1000 joined us. We were in Whittier which is the port that serves Anchorage which is about 65 miles away.
We had a leisurely start again and did the usual breakfast thing up in the Horizon buffet. We shared an omelette, varied the ingredients and it was pretty close to perfect – spinach, tomato, onion, ham and Swiss cheese. We prefer the Swiss to ...
... glaciers were astonishing to behold...some were calving. Seem so powerful and yet so fragile with their retreat. We saw one, however, that was advancing. Good to know! Saw sea otters and sea lions, and an eagle. Many beautiful waterfalls. They served a good fish and chips lunch and the Forest Service naturalist who lectured ...