Moby Dick Hostel & Lodging
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... this calm. HE was TAKING PICTURES!
What did we see: whales-not breaching or tails, but they were there. Dall porpoise- theses guys move so fast and like playing in the ships wake. Seal-I didn't see it. Sea Otter, Sea lions and a bunch of different birds PUFFINS! We also saw an out of the ordinary... SWIMMING bear!! Oh yea we saw glaciers too! This really is a fabulous tour and I highly recommend it. Mother Nature really was smiling on us.
... who runs fishing boat charters. Most nights he stays at the Yukon bar until 2am and then gets up at 5am to take the boat out. Geeze.
Julia and Vern had a few dances. I think he liked the look of Julia quite a lot actually but fickle male that he is he started chatting up some other girl when his offer to show Julia his "bonfire" was politely declined. Lots of fun though and one of our latest nights so far, getting back to room (yes all of us) around ...
... always :-)Wally Herrala Belated Happy Birthday!May Tansey Happy belated Birthday. Great pictures!Linda Taylor Have yet to see a sailboat ...
... that Exit Glacier is the only part of the Kenai-Fjord National Park accessible by road. Isn't that kind of crazy? The well marked and maintained trail to the glacier was interesting on its own. In addition to many signs warning of the likelihood of running into a bears (brown and black), the trail also had markers showing where this glacier extended over the last 100'ish years! The glacier has even retreated a ...
... Humans, not so much.
The unique landscape of the fjords reminded us of some of the flight sequences in the movie Avatar. Such overwhelming beauty. Our wildlife sightings were equally spectacular: sea otters, sea lions, harbor seals, orca and humpback whales, Dall's porpoises, and BIRDS. The bird colonies in the park number about 50,000 sea birds of some 18 different ...