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... want to check out his handiwork go to the following website: irbiknives.com. We head on down to Seward and the rain was starting to let up a bit so we got some peeks of the peaks! We had reservations at Miller’s Landing for a cabin. We arrived and checked in. Upon reaching the cabin or shack (Chief Mate Cabin), we found that it had no heat except a wood burning stove and a broken toilet. Well that would not ...
... towering columns of ice, cleaving icebergs into the coves of Prince William Sound with a great crack followed by a thunder and a rush of water. It was like watching a National Geographic movie in real life! The spectacle was breathtaking as sea lions floated obliviously on rafting ice and gulls drifted overhead. There were ice caves and waterfalls, sometimes disappearing into the green of the ...
... use it! I'm kind of over Thailand unless I get a good job offer from a school there.
2.5 weeks till my race in anchorage!! That'll be one more state checked off my list!
The next adventure is Fourth of July, the town will get insanely packed and then we are hopefully hiking the Harding ice field trail next Monday. It's like 7 miles round trip but super steep to get to the top of the ice field!!
... and the "grandmother" who were all swimming together all over the bay. We also saw sea otters and sea lions. The pictures captured much of it but would have been even more splendid had the sun chosen to shine!
Afterwards we walked around Seward for awhile before starting to drive part way back and finding a place to "camp". We found a fabulous spot all by ourselves off the road and next to a flowing river. We got there about 8:00 and we set up for ...
... Unfortunately, Ro had his eyes set on a crossbow but we thought that despite the baragin price it would just be too cumbersome to lug aound for the rest of our trip ( seriously...when does someone need to buy a cross bow on special). After this educational stop we continued onwards until we reached Seward. Upon arrival we had a few hours to kill before check in so we visited a few tour companies and started to plan the next few days ahead. We booked ourselves on a wildlife ...