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... the school, shops, gym and housing because it gets so snowed in during winter. It was a very busy town. We decided not to stay because it was all paid parking and we either left before 12:15 or we would have to wait another hour. After going through the tunnel, again marvelling at the technology and the fact that gold diggers had to go over these tremendous mountains on foot, we saw the long queues waiting on the other side. It proved to be a good plan arriving 5 mins ...
... certainly got better as the cruise went on and this section was probably the most spectacular. A great way to finish off the cruise portion of the tour. We dined on Deck 14 at the end of the fjord and while the ship cruised out again with the glaciers and mountains as a backdrop. Magnificent. I went to the Comedian show in the evening and now as I type this, at 9:15pm, I’m sitting on the balcony ...
Sleeping late and waking up to beautiful glacier views in a comfortable bed was luxurious. Unfortunately, soon after we got up the hotel lost power. Grateful we weren't in the elevators when it happened, we gathered up the boys and decided to get breakfast and do some of the hikes around the resort. No electricity meant no ATM machine and no CC machines that worked. Thankfully, one of the employees offered to drive us into Girdwood to use the ATM there. They also had a ...
... fishing mecca for salmon. The rivers were full with rafters fishing, waders fishing, dip netters fishing and the guides really raking it in! I told Bud that he should join in but he said there were just too many folks in the water. Fishing is a sport that is best done in quiet solitude, not with chaos.
Soldotna was larger than I expected with Fred Meyer stores, DQ, Target, car dealerships, and more. ...
... Before it opened, there was no road to Whittier. Many of the towns here are supplied by rail or by ship.
It was raining like a cow peeing on a flat rock so we decided to first find a camping spot for the night. We picked a lot in the Creekside Campgound next to the creek...hmmm...tall, steep mountains that have had lots of rain, in an earthquake prone area...and next to a creek that has water pouring, pouring ...