Fort Seward Lodge
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... did the job. We drove around Carcross to see the town (not much to see!) and then headed back out on the highway. We stopped at a musher’s camp / museum just outside of town. It was pretty much a tourist trap, but they advertised puppies and most people know how much Diane loves them! The weather was rainy, windy and cold, so we didn’t stay as long as we wanted, but we did take a quick walk through the museum and saw a lot of stuffed bears and other ...
Alaska Bald Eagle Festival in Haines hosts 3- 4,000 bald eagles each November at the Chilkat Eagle Preserve.
Haines, the "Valley of the Eagles" is like Phoenix, the "Valley of the Quail" in that Eagles are everywhere...so cool!
Eagles mate for life and build nests that they add onto every year. The nests can grow up to 9 feet wide and 5 feet deep; and weigh over 2 ...
Finally got up the desire to fish for pink salmon. What fun that was! I bought a week-long license and fished daily! Caught 12 and had to release over 100 (lost count!) because I'd snagged them. We brought six back with us and had the other six smoked locally, Bill bringing them down later.
This was ...
... take pics. The higher up in the mountains you go, the colder it gets. Add to that the wind from the train and it gets quite cold. We returned on a bus that made a stop at Liarsville where we saw an old Town from The days of The Gold Rush. While there we panned for gold and found a few flakes each! We got back to the ship by 1:30, had lunch and relaxed until we ...
... seem to care if we were around. It took a deep dive and we lost it. We then started focusing on another whale. Suddenly, the calf appeared right next to our boat. When it made a blow, it scared everyone!!
Eventually, the calf reunited with its mother and we watched for a while. We then when to another adult who was doing some deep diving. This is when we could see their tail sticking out of the water! It was another female with a calf. It took a few of their dives before we were ...