Abode Well Cabins
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... experienced it in less than ideal conditions, they said it was a great hike. So we headed out on the trail about 10:00am in PERFECT weather. Sunny skies, not a cloud in sight and cool breezes blowing. The hike is 4 miles UP beside the Exit Glacier and to the Harding Icefield. The Harding Icefield is 50 miles long and 30 miles wide (over half the size of Rhode Island) with ice up to 4000 ft. thick. Which is to say, it's freaking HUGE. The pictures may look ...
We joined Hans, Anna and their son Hansie at Lake Kenai for a short stop that turned into dinner. By 7pm we were on our way through the beautiful Kenai Fjords arriving at Seward to find a completely full campground. In another way that Alaska is better than California they said we could use one of the 4 empty handicapped parking spaces. So despite being the last people to arrive we scored a beautiful water front spot.
The kids played in ...
... really nice halibut over rice noodles. The server was great..from Arizona for the summer and the it was the chefs first day on the job..he came from New York. Our server told us that the girl that did some of the soundtrack for the movie Juno was singing across the street at the Yukon so we decided to try to see here. We held on till 10:15 or so and through two warm up singers before giving in to jet lag and heading to bed. Walked back to our B&B in bright sunshine...strange to ...
... day which was a sea shark. They were 20-40" long and fun but got anoying after catching too 5 or 6. Which all get thrown back. Some people caught ling cod but the season had not started for that fish. The fjord tour was successful as well. Glaciers, whales, sea otter, sea lions, bald eagles, gulls, and puffin. It was a great weather day for these tours and we were thankful because the day before we drove in rain most of the ...
... time a tree moved strangely. One reassuring fact was that bears tend to avoid noise, so between my talking and Ted's coughing, I'm sure we were fine.
The glacier was worth the walk and we managed to take some great pictures. Some people even took their dogs to the glacier and were disciplined by the ranger (apparently the two hundred signs that said "no pets allowed" missed their attention). After returning to the car, we continued towards Anchorage, stopping occasionally ...