Orca Island Cabins
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... east to Moose Pass than south to Seward. We will stop about 25 miles north of Seward and camp at Trail River Camp Ground in the Chugach National Forest.
We stop for gas at Coopers Landing and it starts to rain. Not heavy but again it is interfering with our scenic views which would be spectacular as we head south into the Forest.
We arrive about 2:30 and pick out good spot, I am surprised how many sites ...
... an otter when about 15 sea gulls bombed him trying to get his crab. They had this big fight and then he dove and came back up about 30 yards away. It was quite amazing. I guess people who live on the ocean sea things like that all the time, but I'm a dry lander, so it was fascinating to me.
Yesterday we went to the Alaskan Sea Life Center, which is this amazing educational, research, and ...
... they were keeping up with the boat.After the glacier we were taken to some islands where there was a colony of sea lions relaxing on the rocks, a massive amount of sea gulls nesting in another area and then just around the corner an area where puffins were nesting. The puffins were very amusing watching them take off from the water. We also had a very yummy salmon bake and roast beef lunch (which was extra).By the time we got back it was ...
We board the Statendam and at Seward and get ourselves organised in our veranda room. The boat is big compared with the river cruise boat of last year but not large as cruise ships go. We don't leave until later in the day so I take the opportunity of finding out what might be best for me to do. Also use deck 6 for an uninterrupted walk (4 times around is a mile so it says). There are ...
... sunny day which I understand is not the norm for Whittier. The highlight for me in Whittier was kayaking to Portage Glacier on Portage Lake. Fab! And I'll say this again...objects are LARGER than they appear in photos! It is so hard to describe how big things are - photos don't show it unless there is someone or something next to it in the picture to show the size comparison.
We camped not far south of Whittier in a scenic pullout along the Seward ...