Glacier Bay Country Inn
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... used to harvest and process tons of salmon, with the other half taken up with crafts and merchandise, all of excellent quality. IF you preferred you could pay $39 to witness an hour long display of Native Culture and dancing. Barbara and I chose to take the awesome board walk along the beach, past the ancient cemetery, private dwellings, active fire pit and a eatery and viewing area called “the Landing Zone Bar and Grill” where folks could pay $150 for a ...
... a better protection from the freezing wind. We entered Glacier Bay at about 10:30am and began the cruise up this long narrow bay. We were a little more prepared for this one because the weather was much the same as the previous day. Plenty of Glaciers to see this time. We arrived at Margerie Glacier about 12:45 and inched closer and closer to within 500m of the face. It is not at big as ...
... countryside with alder and cottonwood mixing with the barren grey rocks and finally turning into a spruce and hemlock forest.
The water is a bright turquoise blue color with small and large floating pieces of white ice bobbing along the surface. Gulls and Turns, perch on these mini icebergs, hunting for food. As we near the Grand Pacific Glacier and the Margery Glacier the Park Ranger announces on the loudspeaker a mother brown bear and two cubs are wandering along the ...
... cuter than a fluffy, big-nosed otter peeping out from the kelp? Otters almost disappeared as a result of Russian fur trading. They were valued for their incredibly soft fur. Even though they have been protected for several decades, they are still on the threatened or endangered lists. They are especially threatened by oil spills. They have no blubber and die quickly if their ...
... Tyler's epic getting off the boat meltdown which involved kicking, yelling, and repeated "you're a jerk" name calling.
At 6:15 we sat down for another delicious Alaskan meal. Throughout our trip we have been impressed by the quality and the reasonable cost of the food in Alaska. And with no state sales tax, things are truly reasonable. Tom's $17 pork chops were excellent and Tyler's $8 burger and fries were devoured.
By 8:30 another her day ...