BEST WESTERN Grandma's Feather Bed
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... Juneau from the boat and had a bit of a look around, then went to get on our excursion - a helicopter ride to the Mendenhall Glacier and dog sledding at a mushers camp! Unfortunately, after hanging around for what felt like ages, we were told that helicopters were grounded allnday, which meant thatwe couldn't get to the glacier. Apparently 6 out of 10 times, this tour is cancelled - though strangely enough, Royal Carribean didn't mention that on their website!! We were a bit gutted, but ...
... Glacier. Good thing I had packed my rain gear as it was raining all day! it was about a mile and a half walk from the bus stop to the Glacier Visitor Center. Free with my America the Beautiful Senior Pass. (every senior should get one- what a $10 lifetime investment!)
The Visitor Center was built in the 1960's and then the glacier was right outside the Visitor Center doors. Now there is a lake there! The glacier has was receding about 60 feet ...
... Inside is a performing centre, which like in Sitka, is along the lines of their Longhouse. Outside this are three enormous carved and painted panels as would be on the outside of their centres. By now the rain had pretty much stopped but we still had an hour before the bus was to leave so we went up to the library, on the top floor above a 4 storey car park. A number of others were there too, mainly to try & get the wifi, but it was very patchy & slow. By the time we ...
... river sliding past your back window, and hummingbirds zipping around the feeders that dangle from the tin roof of your veranda. Places with optimistically named roads like 'Moose Creek' or 'Mountain Lion Pass', rarely deliver on their promises, but Hummingbird Road is alive with the whirr and hum of these fantastic little birds. This morning over breakfast Derek, the super-friendly owner, showed me a picture on his phone and asked me if I recognised the last UK citizen he ...
... with a wedding scene finale. The audience was swaying and singing along under their breath and as usual the combination of talented singers and dancers accompanied by the live stage band, creative sets and costumes all ensured another entertaining production. We headed "home" straight after the show after another long day and in anticipation of a second early start in a row. To be doubly sure, we have set two alarms for tomorrow morning! PS Feeling very ...