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July 1st we spent the first part of our day at Caines Head State Park in Seward. You can hike there however you have to watch the tides. When the tides come in you are unable to get back across due to high water. One option that we had was to take a water taxi out and back which we chose to do and not have to worry about the tides. History of Caines Head is as follows; during War II we used Seward as ...
... a good part of the day observing sea lions feasting on salmon at the fish hatchery weir. They were very entertaining. Like bears of the sea.
The highlight by far was the kayak to Valdez Glacier and that was really a surprise experience for us that we stumbled on. I knew we could reach the glacier but I wasn't sure how close we could get or how much we could see. When I rounded the corner ...
... ft. It isn't very far from the parking lot before we got some views of Anchorage and Cook Inlet. Every few turns got better views, but also became steeper, and changing to timbered steps and trellises to help move upward. At about a mile up, a large square bench offers abreak and impressive views. The trail continues upward and steeper from there. The last section is very steep. Mike and Roger made it all the way, ...
After having breakfast at Snow City- yummy, we walked down the street about half a block to a statue of Captain Cook and a viewing platform, then it was back to the hotel to check out and get on the road.
First stop: Walmart!
Walmart is Walmart no matter where you are!
Our first stop was at Potters Marsh a wetlands area that was created when the railroad/road was built. We walked most of the board ...
... and changes - were eroding the time available for subsistence and cultural activities.
Much of the Arctic landscape is near impassable in the warmer months but winter snow and ice 'paves’ swampy muskeg and fast flowing un-crossable rivers into highways and by-ways. Winter is for hauling and working and recreating in otherwise unreachable places and snow mobiles rule.
The appeal of exploring new places was irresistible and for tropical dwellers with ...