BEST WESTERN Grandma's Feather Bed
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... West Twin, East Twin, Hole in the Wall glaciers. It was awesome! The Taku is still advancing and you could see where it had pushed down the trees; there was ice floating in the river from the glaciers and the water was a very milky blue. So beautiful and well worth the terror!
Just sitting here in bed listening to the local bird song - ravens hawing; what a sound. ...
The morning on the boat was very foggy, we saw nothing of Tracy's Arms! However I saw a whale from the balcony again, this time plunging down! As we arrived in Juneau, the fog lifted and the sun was piercing through the clouds. We could see the wall of fog we had just come out of! Around 1pm, we docked in Juneau. We then took a bus to Mendenhall glacier. It was a very impressive site. ...
... soooo glad to have booked this excursion by ourselves because the tour operators Disney use cancelled their flights due to a power outage they had earlier that morning! Whew... We got snow shoes and safety instructions and off we went. I was a little nervous for Eugene and Maya never having flown in a helicopter before but they were fine! :)) We landed at the dog sled camp and met our musher, James. The crew stay there ...
... expected in Alaska. The canopy of trees is huge. Then we went to the Mendenhall glacier state park. The glacier looks very blue in the cloudy weather. There is a huge waterfall right next to the glacier. The park also has elevated boardwalks over streams teeming with salmon that have come upstream to spawn (and die) - there are lots of bears there feasting on the salmon. Sorry that we didn't see any bears, ...
We had most of the day to kill in Juneau so we walked the streets looking for interesting things to see.
Our first stop was a great Ben Franklin store (see facebook page). What drew us in was the Ferris Wheel in the window made with almost 9000 K Nex pieces and 600 lights (Note. You;ll have to click the Ferris Wheel picture and ...