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... harbour. I am still not sure how he noticed it from the road on the Spit but he did. I was shocked by the price for one night here at the Heritage RV Park.... it is a lovely view and nice bathrooms, laundry and espresso shop but.... well, at least, as Denis says I now don't have to beat myself up for paying what we did for two nights on our trip last year as this one is even more. Eagles are plentiful here and appeared to ...
... was the best I have ever had--lots of huge clams and very thick. The server said they had one burner they could use so we had pan-seared halibut in white wine with dill, a salad, and wild rice. Everything was delicious and we sat looking out at Cook Inlet watching the fishing boats return from their day-long charters. A very enjoyable and memorable evening in a world class restaurant in a dining room all to ourselves. ...
... there's almost no chop. One of the best things we saw were pods of Dall porpoises swimming alongside our boat. Very playful and sociable, they like to surf right in front of the bow. Black and white, they look like mini Orcas. The first time this happened, I got so excited my right brain took over and my left brain forgot to turn on the video on my camera. I caught some footage the next time, but they swim so fast and cross back and forth so quickly that my filming will make ...
... br> Another cool thing we did was drive the tunnel to Whittier
for a Glacier Cruise. The tunnel is a single lane 2 ½ mile ride thru a mountain
that you have to time as only one direction goes each half hour. The cruise in Prince William Sound took us past 26 glaciers, icebergs,
seals, sea lions and sea otters. Unfortunately, not one of the glaciers calved while we
... br> cranes and crows. We had to stay close as it was very hot and the bears were moving toward the river bed to cool off. The very same river bed that we had to cross to get back to the planes. David was walking with the pilot and the rest of the group had fallen
behind, I guess the pilot had lost count of the bears and when they came to the
edge of the riverbank. Guess what, looking at him directly from the river bed