Box Canyon Cabins
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... to visit the Kenai Fjords National Park and hike to the Exit Glacier which, because of its accessibility, is one of the most visited glaciers in Alaska. A few geocaches along the way were discovered.
A travel meeting outlining our trips to Palmer and Valdez preceded some fast games of Bingo with some really nice prizes. Dex won a fanny pack which I confiscated immediately!
A good day was had by all!
... really nervous before a race even though this one was only 6.5 miles. I have been having problems with my ankle and was worried that it would start hurting and swelling, then I would not be able to finish. Luckily that did not happen! Kristen's race started at 9am and we took a few pictures then she got in line! Off she went! My race started at 9:20 so Andrew and I watched Kristen run by then hung out until it was my turn! The beginning of a race is always exciting, then ...
... halibut fishing, and after setting the new lines and waiting, we were doing nothing but sun bathing as the fish refused to bite. On the radio, we were listening to the tour boat captains talk to each other about the porpoises and humpbacks they were spotting out in the Gulf of Alaska. We were positioned just ibside of where the bay meets the open Gulf, and did indeed see the humpback whales. We turned around and went back to the previous fishing spot attempting ...
... The glacier has receded so much. So after the easy trail, we left the tourist behind and made our way onto a different trail that far fewer travel each day. We signed in at the base of the trail (required) and read the info regarding wildlife. UGgg. Please let these wretched annoying bells work. The trail estimates 4-6 hours round trip. Off we went for a long, long long 1.3 mile hike that climbed over 1000 vertical feet. Of course, the good ...
... helicopter. The helicopter was so tiny and I was so nervous and maybe even a little sick with nerves, but I sat in front on the way over. We flew across Resurrection Bay and then over and onto a glacier to get to base camp. Godwin glacier is 600 to 800ft deep with about 30 feet of snow on top of it. It was definitely windy and cold. We landed, took pics, and pet some of the dogs while we waited for the team to return so we could ...