Glacier Bay Country Inn
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... she had any habits. She responded "No, but my brother does." Sophie's brother is one year old! In the evening Amy Brodbeck, Park Ranger from Gustavus (population 442) spoke about the wonder of the wilderness and how (without our intervention) things will continue on regardless of our presence. Also, a Tinglit interpreter (see Alaskan Native Voices) spoke about the Tinglit (see Huna ...
... off the glacier. The ship stayed near the glacier for almost an hour and made 2, 360 degree turns so everyone could get a good view. The captain made the helicopter pad available for viewing and David went out there but it was too crowded to get near the rail, and it was really cold. I stayed on our balcony for the entire hour and despite being pretty cold couldn't bring myself to come inside. We wore 2-3 layers and ear warmers. I used a tripod to take video. and ...
... control panel by the third mate and the kids being allowed to "steer" which was turning the big wheel back and forth while the ship was on auto-pilot. All in all it was pretty cool and the kids were surprisingly well behaved. We must have made a good impression as one of the ship mates asked Evie and Tyler if they knew what the Alaskan state flag looked like. Correctly identifying it as the Big Dipper pointing to the North Star, the ship mate asked if they would like ...
... short time on the rocky beach. Sarah and the other kids on our tram had a great time looking at rocks and shells.
After we had gotten back on the tram, it started to rain really ********ce we returned to our starting point, we walked over to the "theater" building. So glad we had on our raincoats with hoods. Next up was the cultural/dancing show. The show had 3 parts. They told us some history, about clans and how certain clans ...
... nothing huge. They served pea and ham soup out on deck during the morning to keep you warm, which seems to be a dutch tradition.
After we turned around, we went inside and thawed out while watching the Lamplugh and Reid Glaciers go by, and having a bite of lunch.
About dinner time we dropped our guides off, headed out off our sheltered passage, and into the Pacific Ocean bound for Anchorage, and for the first time ...