The Alaskan Hotel & Bar
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... proximity. The massive Mendenhall Glacier and the immense Juneau Icefields are at its back door. The vast Tongass National Forest stretches away to the northeast. You can shop downtown or get out and kayak, dogsled, raft, hike, whale watch, flightsee or fish. The adventures are as bountiful as the ...
... of ice we just could not help taking photos. I of course was also taking movie and just as I switched on my movie camera and started taking another mighty large lump of ice went crashing down and i caught it all on film.
This massive lump was truly massive and easily the size of a large building. As if the first crash was not enough this crash was so large that it was more like an explosion rather than just a big bang. When it hit the water a mighty ...
... stuff to keep adrenaline junkies happy all day long. Vikki kept saying, "Oh, the grandkids would just LOVE this!" While I'm thinking, "The grandkids? How about the other "KIDS?" Chad and Tim would've loved this place; Kiersten, I'm thinking not so much. In any case, it was a blast. A number of our group, at the end of our time were saying, "Man, we need a mountain like this near us!" At the end of our day, ...
... the whales were just playing 'touch the butt'. We watched the trio for the next 2 hours... surface, breath a few times and dive, showing us fluke, fluke and.......fluke. over and over and over. There was also a large raft(or pod) of stellar sea lions, after the same fish the whales were enjoying.
All in all, this was one of the most amazing afternoons we had ever ...
... lady who said she could see Russia from her window .... Well she lives here and she can't. No wonder they didn't elect her to government.
The Mendenhall Glacier is one of 37 glaciers that flow down from Juneau's 1500 sq mile ice field. The reason it is so popular is that it flows virtually right into the town so is easy to get to. In recent years it has retreated by 30 foot a year and last year it shrank by 540 foot so the decline of ...