Box Canyon Cabins
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... in the campground and setting up, Bill's old Navy buddy came to greet us. Very surprised to see him as he lives in Homer (about 170 miles away). Homer will be our next stop. The boys will have a lot of catching up to do.It has been almost fifty years since they have seen each other.
August 14th Heavy rain today. We are put up on a bus and driven a short distance to the dock to board ...
... and otters. We had many great picture opportunities at the facility. For dinner we ate at a seafood restaurant that only served fresh catch. The food was delicious I had a rock fish with chili powder on it. A glacier hike was nearby our cabin we decided to hike the mile long trail. It was beautiful especially the glacier that towered over us. Once we were glaciered out we decided to have some s'mores at 9 at night. I am writing this at 10 and falling asleep so good ...
... The buffet was very tasty. Students were able to eat what they wanted from the buffet. I saw many students go back for seconds so I don't think anyone went away hungry! After dinner, we went to Alaska's Sea Life Center to learn about sea animals in Alaska. The students were sent on a scavenger hunt. If they answered all of the questions correctly, they were given a prize. I saw a lot of blue Alaska's Sea Life Center bags handed out ...
... every day and each day up until today the cloud cover would get worse. Yesterday I couldn't even see the mountains because the fog was so thick but then it snowed on the mountains last night and today its clear and currently sunny at the moment.
Still no sight of bears or moose yet.
The only thai place in town is excellent!
I have finally stopped ...
... foot of Mount Marathon. This bay down not freeze over in the winter and remains an important cargo port and fishing port and today when we got up there was a cruise ship in port!!
Day 100 - Now that's a milestone in itself!!! We went to the Sea Life Museum here which was very well done and then in the afternoon we went to the Exit Glacier (called that because people who were exploring knew they could always get out there) and ...