Glacier Bay's Bear Track Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
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... 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 ...
... I brought it just for the glacier. I was also glad I had the super wide angle lens. For the second pass by the glacier the light was changing and the color of the glacier went from white to blue. The noise the glacier makes as ice calves (pieces break off) is like loud thunder. It is incredible. Tracy had a glacier party for everyone in our group in her suite down the hall from us. After watching the glacier from our room for an hour we joined them for coffee and ...
... Alaskan flag. Somewhat dumbfounded the kids said "yes!" Then he reached above the steering wheel they had been playing with to present a folded blue flag. "This flag was flying on the ship as your crossed the gulf of Alaska," he said. "We replaced it this morning." We were all blown away and Tyler accurately summarized our feelings with "wow, this is souvenir you can't buy!" Sue and Tom both thought her Uncle Ken would have loved to have been on this trip and would ...
... Since Icy Strait is a tender port, everyone is tendered ashore based on excursion time. Although I think there was a second tender, where people just lined up. We went to our designated meeting place, arriving after 7am. A group was leaving, but we didn't hear our excursion called. We were in the second group.
Our excursions was Forest Tram and the Tribal Dancing(not sure if that is the correct excursion name) I wanted just ...
... some swell. As we head northward again, the period of daylight will get even longer. Currently the sun is setting about 11pm, and rising again around 4am.
Tonight it was another show in the showroom, followed by dinner - the second of the formal evenings - and a visit to the Abba Dance Party to finish off the night. Honestly I can't believe how pervasive Abba is all around the world. We've already had two Abba numbers ...