Sea Lion Cove
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... grass while I parked the car under instruction. Jenny got some great shots. It makes up for the cheats ones in the animal park.
The RV Park is on the road into town so we checked in and checked out our site and then went for a drive into town before we hooked up. The town has a long spit where all the boats are moored. It is 4 1/2 miles long. At the end there are dozens of little shops, a few RV parks and lots of moorings ...
... all that is out there is cloud!
We are now on the road and there is not mush to take pictures of since the clouds are hiding the mountains along Turn Again Arm and the tide is out as well.
We made a quick stop at Portage to check out the state of the Glacier. Well, it was extremely windy and the rain was very heavy. As we got to Portage Lake a gust of wind hit our RV so hard that I was afraid it was going to blow it over!
... as recently as 2006 and is still active – a cloud of steam adorns its peak as we pass. The landscape is endless rugged peaks, steep valleys with fast running streams and lush green coastal flats formed by downstream deposition of gravels and silts.
It’s not far from here that the hapless Timothy Treadwell and his girlfriend were killed and eaten by Grizzlies. Treadwell, with something of a messianic save-the-bears streak, spent years ...
... in the chair!
Tomorrow I want to stop at the Portage Wild Animal Refuge. That's about 20 miles up the road. To get down to Valdez we need to go back through Anchorage then down.
On the drive today we did see some Moose, and one of them was male. We'll have to inspect the pictures really well, I think there were two males. I also saw two Loons. I really want to camp someplace so I can hear their ...
... which was super rocky and had mostly young cottonwoods. By the time we made it to Grewingk Lake (and Glacier) we had hiked over three miles. Once there we encounter a couple who were camping nearby. The area was very cool and breezy thanks to the glacier, but it felt so good after our hike. Marie told us that a year after the Earthquake of 1964, there was a massive landslide at the lake. The earthquake + receding glacier had made the mountain ...