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... the game and shopping was over, all of us went back into town for lunch at "Thorn's Showcase Lounge", a dark 60's decor with upholstered red vinyl swivel chairs and walls of old collectible bourbon/whiskey decanters. Food was reasonably priced for Alaska, everyone had a taste of their fried halibut bites.
From there we headed to the only road accessible entrance into Kenai Fjords ...
... br> Hospitality Centre.
Our driver, Patricia, was a great narrator and told us all
sorts of stories about herself and Alaska. The 2 ½ hour trip passed really
We entered the Hospitality Centre and were directed to our
luggage. Stephen and I found 2 of our 3 bags but my suitcase was missing. Not
happy Jan!! We filled in a claim form and they seemed quite confident it would
turn up by the end of the day.
Looking at a map ...
... on cliff faces, we also two sea otters swimming in the bay, seals swimming in the icy waters by the glacier, and a lot of sea lions The last stop was at an island lodge they have for all you can eat Alaska salmon and prime rib which was tasty. After a wet walk back to our B&B, we gave in to the time difference after two long Fridays and were in bed before 9. Hopefully we are ready to go later on the ...
... so we went to dinner. I tried scallops!! So good!!
Still no sigting of bears or moose. We're forecasted to have a couple days of sun this week!! Then more rain for days.
Oh ya while at work the other day a male customer, (in his 40s or 50s) decided to take my picture. Didn't say why. Just told me to smile. I guess that's not uncommon but I don't understand why.
Until next time
We had the morning and early afternoon free in Seward this morning. I had initially been worried that we wouldn't have any time to explore this quaint little town, as the Windsong is out of town. I needn't have worried as the lodge has a free shuttle into town every hour, and the coach which was taking us to Anchorage did a pick-up loop around Seward, so there was no need for us to return.
We caught the 8am shuttle and asked our driver to drop ...
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