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... first thing they asked us was whether we ever get sea sick and warned us to take preventative measures before we embarked. I had left the medication in my luggage so decided I just had to risk it but then they warned us again on the boat but said they had medication on board for purchase so I decided it wasn't worth the risk as it was a 6 hour cruise. Daisy had her wrist bands but took a couple of tablets as well. Consequently, both of us ...
... sunny day which I understand is not the norm for Whittier. The highlight for me in Whittier was kayaking to Portage Glacier on Portage Lake. Fab! And I'll say this again...objects are LARGER than they appear in photos! It is so hard to describe how big things are - photos don't show it unless there is someone or something next to it in the picture to show the size comparison.
We camped not far south of Whittier in a scenic pullout along the Seward ...
... told us about everything we passed and the scenery is spectacular. the sky goes on forever= well i know it goes on just as far in north carolina and everyplace else i ahve ever been but here it looks like it does in a way i can't begin to describe. the shapes of the clouds are amazing and there are mountains everywhere - different ranges, different colors, some snow covered, some jagged, some rounded (glaciers make rounded mountains).
Had a good day today. Started out looking at a few sites around Anchorage, including an area that is now a park, but used to be a subdivision before it was destroyed by the 1964 earthquake - ground broke up, liquefied, and slid partially into the Cook Inlet. Because it is now boggy wetland, we were nearly carried away by mosquitoes. We hit Wally World for some stuff for lunches over the next two weeks, then headed toward Seward. Made a stop at ...
... consisting of Prime Rib and Salmon with cheesecake for dessert. What a wonderful day, great crew, super captain, beautiful scenery, and a wonderful wife to share it with.
Enough said – I’ll let the pictures do the talking.
After the tour we watched some more fish cleaning, returned to Camper for some door repairs, and retired for the night.