BEST WESTERN Grandma's Feather Bed
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... we only had an hour there which seemed too short to walk up to the glacier and back in time for the bus to pick us up. We had to rush back and were the last ones on the bus! We then boarded a boat which took us to Orca lodge, a cabin on one of the nearby islands where we had some Alaskan salmon (yummy!!). About an hour later we boarded the boat with the aim of seeing some whales. And boy ...
... glacier for one week and come back down to shower and then go back up! I can only imagine how cold it must get up there some nights!! We met our dogs that have all participated in the Iditarod before. It's a 10,000 mile race from Anchorage to Nome... amazing! The dogsledding ride was my favorite activity because it was so Alaska!! Where else in the world can you do this??!! We all took turns standing up at the back of the sled ...
... Jesse's brothers hand on the fourth of July (he blew his finger off) We just stood outside on the starboard walkway and watched it pass. A few minutes after we could hear the sound of a wave breaking? We were confused. It takes quite a big wave to actually brake and make that loud of a noise. We were all leaned over the rail starring into the dark trying to see what was going on. Out of nowhere a 5 foot wave hit us broadside and our nice calm boat became a mechanical ...
... for belly rubs from passersby. Paul and Michelle own Chum Fun Charters, 3-hour charter boats for shore fishing.
Nat Geo drove us to the Mendenhall Glacier.On one of the trail walks, Phoebe spotted a porcupine in a tree. Later, I was talking to the park ranger and she apologized for not making eye contact. One the road ahead ...
... by lunch and some playground time, we walked 2 blocks to the Juneau City Museum. It is a tiny, 5 room place dedicated to telling the story if how Juneau came to be. Like San Francisco, it is almost entirely a story about Gold, just delayed by 30 years and complicated by terrain and temperature. Around 1880 a pair of prospector Joe Juneau and Richard Harris discovered gold in the hills above what was to become Juneau (also called Harrisburg at the time). ...