Orca Island Cabins
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... road back to Anchorage. There are not many roads in Alaska so there is always a lot of backtracking. This,Jenny doesn't like. She will always try her hardest to find a different way back so she doesn’t cover the same territory twice.
The lady in the office at Fairbanks said she always winters in Homer. She does Summer in Fairbanks and then packs up camp and moves. We thought this a bit weird as wouldn’t you ...
... that will bring us into the Kenai Fjords National Park. Not sure I want to go as they are warning everyone of eight food waves in the open water....No sir...I'm not a wimp..I"m going .They strongly suggested I take some Bonnine . I took two ...the captain came by to give me sea bands for motion sickness and then discreetly gave Bill a special bag for me. I must have looked green befor ...
... like passing out but kept going and made it! Andrew was at the finish line to see me finish! Instead of receiving a medal at the end we received bracelets which I actuallly really like! After race food was cupcakes, cookies, mimosas, pellegrinos, and watermelon! The cupcakes were tasty! Unfortunately I forgot to bring my ID so no mimosa for me. :( I did get the champagne glass though that has the race and Brooks logo on it. We had about an hour to wait until Kristen came in so ...
... we finally made it to Seward. Since it was dinner time, we quickly checked into the Seward Windsong Lodge, and went into town. Seward is a fishing village. Fishing boats everywhere! After walking around, seeing another Eagle, a cab that quacks, a baby reindeer, we managed to find that yummy restaurant on the water to eat dinner. The halibut was amazing, and Scott had salmon that holds a ranking of #2 in the world. I didn't know you can ...
... This wasn't like last time where we sat in a cart with wheels while the dogs pulled. We actually got to stand on the cart and control the speed and brake! It was really fun and relaxing!! The dogs only go about 6 to 8 mph so it was pretty chill. We went about 2 miles and it took about 20 minutes. We spent another half hour on the glacier taking pictures, seeing the guides camp, and just chatting and petting the pups. It was so wild ...