Fort Seward Lodge
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... was a full, fun day.
Saturday August 30th - Skagway, AK - Day 54 of Caravan
At 12:15 PM we gathered at the train station and boarded the White Pass & Yukon train for a 3 hour ride. My cold isn't getting any better yet but we really enjoyed the trip and all the various sights along the way. We had done this trip about six years ago when we came to Alaska on a cruise ship. Some family members may remember this trip. ...
... in black and white and then turns into color! Very cool!! Jo Ann Jo Ann tried to do laundry today. Bad idea. Lots of inconsiderate people who don't move their laundry in a timely fashion. Recommend doing it really early or late. Brunch was really nice. Nice views going into Tracy Arm while we ate. Our waiter Arturo from Chile was over the top. He was so into his role. Was disappointed we couldn't ...
... a sled dogs demonstration and a 40 below zero experience. We didn't have time to do any of them. It was raining when we left. By the time we got back into Skagway we elected to go right to the ship. We only had an hour till all-aboard time and the town was 1/4 mile from the ship and besides, it was raining. Dinner was in the main dining room and was the second formal night. The food was a little better. This was lobster night. Tomorrow, up close with Hubbard ...
... We spent several days at Haines, a small town on the water. We were given a large grassy site which the dogs loved. The first day was spent doing laundry and running around the town. The most interesting building was the IGA grocery store where you had to go up a long flight of stairs to reach the grocery store. We sat for a moment to see if people really hauled their grocery bags down the stairs - they did.
... woman. She spent her aging years in Hollywood teaching young actresses the art of being fancy.
My lunch was an "elk burger" (it wasn’t) at a really ****** “BBQ” (no BBQ there – microwaved) place that I’d read had WIFI. This was before I learned about the earthquake troubles. Next doo was a Sarah Palin store. You read that correctly. They had everything Palin. I backed out slowly.
I spent the ...