Moby Dick Hostel & Lodging
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... in a huge splash. Then it rolls on its side and splashes water with its pectoral fins....doing this over and over. Then it rolls on its back and both huge pectoral fins stick out of the water and it slaps the water surface. Then another breach out of the water directly in front of our boat. Then another breach and another and another.....5 breaches out of the water total....WOW!!!!!!!
One of the coolest things we have ever seen.
... seemed ok as long as we kept moving...until the end of the trail when it was a straight up climb off the path with about 10 trees fallen over, and slippery dirt preventing your feet from getting any traction. Travis started up first, then a Austin, me, Kaitlin, Gracie, and Scott in the back. Well it was going well until we were about halfway up the climb and slowed down. Austin kept slipping and falling into me, then needed help ...
Hi It's not surprising that it is raining today. It rains about 5 days a week in Seward. However it's just past noon and I have already completed a 4 mile run, a 2 mile walk to the post office (luckily a friend gave me a ride home) and now I have coffee steeping in a French press. Originally I had other plans today but I'll get back to that in a minute. Yesterday was another fun adventure, so I'll start there. As part of my job at KFT I work in a different ...
... and sort of Velcro hooves, and about life in Alaska.
After lunch in our van, it finally stopped raining so we continued on up the Seward Highway, stopping at the Estes Brothers grocery to admire the historic knife-grinding waterwheel with the sign, “Moose Pass is a peaceful little town. If you have an axe to grind, do it here”. We had been told by other guests at Stony Creek that the ...
... dramatic. This is territory similar to Norway--the opposite shore in the early photos, for example, is 5 miles away, and the mountains are thousands of feet tall. The photos don't do it justice.
Once we got to Seward, we got on a boat for a tour through the Kenai (pronounced Kee' nai by the locals) Fjiords National Park. We were warned most firmly at the ticket window that there was a marine warning issued for today. Swells 8-10 feet. "If you ...