Bear Ridge Bed And Breakfast
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... in the campground and setting up, Bill's old Navy buddy came to greet us. Very surprised to see him as he lives in Homer (about 170 miles away). Homer will be our next stop. The boys will have a lot of catching up to do.It has been almost fifty years since they have seen each other.
August 14th Heavy rain today. We are put up on a bus and driven a short distance to the dock to board ...
... the ice falls to the water, at Alalik glacier. The sounds of the ice crunching together was pretty cool. Chunks of ice are floating all around and are loud when they hit the hull.
Lunch was buffet style all-you-can-eat salmon, prime rib, rice, salad, and sourdough bread. Being prone to motion sickness, I didn't eat anything but the bread, but the rest of the group said it was good. Dessert bar was ...
Then we went to the eatery attached to the hotel for dinner
– Slippery Salmon bar and grill. We had salmon, salty vegetables and funny
coloured mashed potato. For dessert we had an insanely rich chocolate cake that
I only ate one mouthful of.
We did some washing so I would have some clothes until my
bag turned up. Stephen’s present for me was in my bag – disappointing that I
couldn’t have it on the day.
As of Monday I will have been here for two weeks. Seems like forever ago, but I realized today that I am not homesick and I actually really like it here. Since my last post I have camped in Kenai Fjords national park and kayaked in Resurrection Bay. Oh and I went to the sea life center (kind of like an aquarium but they rehabilitate sea animals). A few things I have noticed that are ...
... was clearing to the north, so we had better luck on the train on the way back to Anchorage, and I took scads more photos. (This is an historic first: first time I ever burned all the way through three fully charged batteries in one day! Took somewhere in the vicinity of 650 photos plus a half-dozen short videos.)
All in all, this was a highlight of the trip so far, and a highly recommended activity for those in the area. Spectacular, truly!