Fort Seward Lodge
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and we had great views of the valley as we ascended. On arrival Stanley met us we visted Emerald Lake, the small town of Carcross and visited a sled dog puppy farm where there was also a very interesting display of stuffed wild life which inhabit the area . We also had a nice BBQ chicken lunch and made a few scenic stops. Stanley was another very entertaining guide and told us some personl experiences as well as info on ...
... backup and then turn to backup into a different line and go back. I, of course, can't see anything through my middle rear view mirror! And the side mirrors, should have the saying objects in the mirror are closer than they appear. There is literally no room to maneuver and these guys don't speak much English, so they were trying to use hand signals, and that just confuses me when they are facing me and the I have to figure out what way they actually mean. ...
... had since we left MA. Fresh greens with strawberries and blueberries...yum:} The caravan tries to provide a dinner when we have a long travel day with just and overnight....We are still eating our way through Alaska.
August 30th..to Sept 2nd.We arrive in Haines, Alaska. we stay put for four days. The caravan has provided a catamaran trip to Juneau for us. Our group is split in two groups. We are in the second group and should ...
... the town's history, the wildlife, and geography. We went first to some spots in town to see a the old Fort, an tribal building, and a man carving a totem pole. And not to forget the Hammer Museum! Then along a river road where salmon run. The river flows from a freshwater lake fed by glacier streams, down into the bay. We saw a "weir" in the river, where a forester (or botanist?) sits and counts every salmon that comes through. This helps ensure that the ...
... of glaciers, peaks covered in snow and clouds and floating ice from the melting glaciers while the ship was approaching the scenes. Later during the day, we went to the facial consultation, sauna and steam room, swimming pool and jacuzzi, plus dancing with a live band. Among the activities was the Towel Folding demo, I was asked to be part of the show. I learned how to make a monkey out of towels. Also memorable was the opportunity to have photos taken with the captain and chef ...