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... birds were the horned and tufted puffins, both sporting their breeding colors.
Among the mammals were harbor seals, resting on the ice floes from the glacier, and Steller sea lions basking on the rocky shores. The biggest mammals, however, were orcas and humpbacked whales. The orca were far in the distance and the slightly rough water caused some seasickness aboard so the ...
... of the Dancing with the Stars show. We sat eating ice-cream watching the sun 'set’ at about 11 pm. Our luggage was organized in three groups: 1)hand luggage for the bus to Denali, 2) small case with tag ‘Meet me in Denali’ and 3) a big case ‘Meet me in Anchorage’, and then it was off to bed in the twilight.
Every night our cabin stewards left a towel folded into some Alaskan creature with a pair of eyes – with two chocolates thrown in. Such a cute ...
We have moved on to Seward today and the rain is pouring down. Apparently, the average rainfall for Seward in September is 6 inches, so I expect the rain will not stop. Our RV Park over looks Resurrection Bay and at the moment it looks pretty dismal. The only things that are out are the seagulls.
We travelled from the beautiful town of Homer back along the same road we went on to get there. Tomorrow we will travel on the rest ...
... to take us downtown to board our water transportation for the day, The North Star. Around noon, we were called to a delicious buffet luncheon on board. The scenery was breathtaking. Sea Otters played floated on their backs in the harbor, bald eagles nested high in the trees, Mountain Goats grazed high on the cliffs, sea lions sunned themselves on the rocks and hump back whales casually cruised thru a school of fish. Every person ...
... the game and shopping was over, all of us went back into town for lunch at "Thorn's Showcase Lounge", a dark 60's decor with upholstered red vinyl swivel chairs and walls of old collectible bourbon/whiskey decanters. Food was reasonably priced for Alaska, everyone had a taste of their fried halibut bites.
From there we headed to the only road accessible entrance into Kenai Fjords ...