Kenai Fjords Wilderness Lodge
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... nice to take these pics, along with a fellow roll call member who also sent me some pics via FB.
I also decided to do a load of laundry as Royal Caribbean does not have self laundry onboard. I knew the hotel had very small laundry area - only 2 washers and 2 dryers, but I was OK with waiting as gave me a chance to just sit, and I got to catch up on writing this ...
... 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!!
Today we were able to sleep in. Students had to wake up and go down to breakfast in shifts. The first shift was at 7:30, then 7:45, and the last shift was 8:00 am. After we finished our breakfast, students went back to their rooms until a leader came and completed a room check. Our first stop was around the corner. We went to the Seward Museum. A member of the city council met with us to talk about Seward. The students were split into two groups. One ...
... to make sure there fire is completely out).
Marna, I PROMISE that my next entry will include pictures of Elizabeth's place! I did put in a tempter photo of Elizabeth getting out of her car and you can see a part of the home in it. It is really wonderful, but she doesn't want pictures taken of the inside until we get rid of all of the boxes (I was allowed to take some with all of the mess, but only can print them when I have the the "after" pictures as well. ...
... glory - the magnificent Hubbard glacier! Wow, wow, wow. The ship got as close as 500m from the face which is about as close as you can safely get and then did two
slow rotations to let everyone have a good gawk. Also saw seals lying on ice floes in the water and could hear the tinkle of floating ice touching. Some ice calved (fell into the sea) while we were there too, and Jeff even saw it falling this time (unlike plain of ...