Bear Ridge Bed And Breakfast
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... nice to take these pics, along with a fellow roll call member who also sent me some pics via FB.
I also decided to do a load of laundry as Royal Caribbean does not have self laundry onboard. I knew the hotel had very small laundry area - only 2 washers and 2 dryers, but I was OK with waiting as gave me a chance to just sit, and I got to catch up on writing this ...
That's right. My latest kayaking adventure included a surprise water taxi rescue!! On Sunday my friend Jennifer and I decided to go on the Caines head kayak and hike day trip. It included about 10 miles of kayaking and 5 miles of hiking. It was a perfect day! Mid 60s and sunny. The water was calm when we started and we kayaked quicker than I expected. After leaving Tonsina point though the wind picked up and at times we were literally kayaking just ...
... so glassy and calm on the way out and we were faster than expected so we kayaked farther and then took a short hike to a waterfall. The paddle back was a bit of a different story. The seas started to get a little higher and thankfully the current started pushing us in but it made me a little nervous because I was worried a small wave would come and knock us over. It took us an hour and fifteen minutes to go out and only 45 to get back in. It ...
... bay where the rough water was. Tally on the day:
Bald Eagles (3--one from the train)
Dall Porpoises (4)
Harbor Seals (5)
Orca Whales (5)
Rhinoceros Auklets (maybe 30)
Sea Otters (14)
Humpback Whale (1)
Common Murre (dozen or so?)
Stellar Sea Lion (2--very endangered)
Horned Puffin (30 or so)
Tufted Puffin (6 or so)
Silver Salmon (1--jumping)
Porcupine 1 ...
... crossing to the National Park’s Fox Island, our home for the night. The island was once home to villages of Aleutiik people, the original inhabitants of Alaska. Now it’s home to the Kenai Fjords Wilderness Lodge: a visitor centre, ten cabins and a dining room, stretched out along a pebbly beach lining a pretty bay. Much of the rest of the island is steep cliffs lined with arrow-straight spruce trees and largely inaccessible by foot. There's one trail leading ...