Bear Ridge Bed And Breakfast
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... far superior to the Windjammer and became our go to eatery!
We did not eat in any of the specialty restaurants. We had a reservation at Izumi, but decide to cancel and go to dining room.
Dressing for dinner- I read tons of threads on this. The consensus seemed to be that people dress down for dinner in Alaska. On 2 occasions we went to the dinner room right from being in port. We were dressed in hiking boots and all. Neither was a formal night. ...
... we got up to the glacier the musher were in long sleeves pulled up with no jackets and said it was the best day of the year!
The helicopter/pilot stayed on the glacier with us.
Words can not express how beautiful it was up there! Pictures just can't do it justice!
There were 2 dogs not on the sled and they were barking and carrying on, the ...
... for another game that I can beat you at, and inevitably that's what transpired, though it past a lazy hour as we meandered across Wells Passage.
Once we docked in Whittier and drove the car off the boat, the town kind of just ended at the face of a huge rock cliff with a red traffic light on it. The only way out of town is through the 4km long Whittier Tunnel, a one lane tunnel carved through the mountain. Every half hour traffic in each direction gets a turn, as does ...
... happily I went enjoyed a few things solo. I took myself on a hike out to Tonsina Point where I walked through rain forest, then onto a black beach. I got to see a bunch of bald eagles (they're hard to photograph!), porpoises jumping in the distance, and Jim and Elijah's boat go by! After a few hours of hiking, I enjoyed the Alaska Marine Sea Life Center and the Seward Museum. It was a little strange to be by myself after being with my family every day for the ...
... Anchorage did.
One of the requests that the owner of this guesthouse suggested was to never leave food outside, as bears will commonly go through trash cans to find it. Well last night in my frantic rush to find the power adaptor, I left two of the car doors open all night, with food still inside the car! Fortunately no bruins tore the glove box open but still...phew!
The weather today was pretty overcast and wet, but we still decided to see what ...