BEST WESTERN Valdez Harbor Inn
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Had to wake up a bit earlier this morning because we had a two hour drive to make to Whittier in order to catch the ferry to Valdez, pronounced "Valdeez". Had to allow enough time to drive through the one lane tunnel that is shared with trains and traffic traveling in the opposite direction. We weren't sure if our ferry reservation had gone through …
You can never predict what's going to happen when you wake up in the morning, can you? Some days you think are going to be special end up quite ho-hum, and other days that you have no particular expectations of blow your socks off, and today was one of the latter.
We woke up in the mosquito capital of the world, with only a short run down …
... road at one time. I actually took the pictures from a now closed lodge. The Tsaina Lodge faced the glacier and provided helicopter rides for sightseeing and skiing.
Next, Thompson Pass was awe inspiring beyond description!!!! Of course trying to capture it in a picture wasn't possible with my equipment. We were fortunate again to have a nice day. Days without rain or low cloud cover are rare. In winter, this ...
... our way back to camp, we passed several fishermen, in their waders, fishing right in the middle of Valdez Bay. People were camping all around, right on the road side. We took the dogs for a long walk, and found a dog park, where they got to run and play. As the Mosquitos came out, we walked back and put the dogs up. We went to the cafe by the rv park, Best Burgers, for a great home style ...
Another day, another glacier ... Ho hum. We left Anchorage and spent the morning in Eagle Creek Nature Center, where we saw lots of moose tracks, but no moose. Mom got her wildflower "sightings" of arctic lupine (a close relative of the Texas bluebonnet, as you can see from the photo), wild rose, Jacob's ladder, and forget-me-nots. After lunch we drove the Glenn Hwy over to Glennallen, then the Ric******* Hwy down to Valdez. Along the Glenn ...