Heritage Hotel Lodge
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- Microwave in room
- Pets allowed
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Portage Glacier-Not far from Whittier and seems to be a huge tourist attraction that is now closed for the season. It is hard to believe that the first time I saw a glacier was last year and now I saw my third glacier. Last one being in March in Iceland. I love glaciers but unfortunately this one was not much of an iceberg or at least much of a visible iceberg with the cloudy weather.
... who didn’t stop talking. The road goes along the Turnagain Arm which is a great name. I gather it comes from the fact that the tide goes out and then comes in. It also has a tidal bore and huge mud flats. It was raining all the way so it wasn’t really scenic. I did see the back of a beluga whale. I raced back to see if I could see it again but the tide was going out and apparently they follow the flow of the tides.
... our catch yesterday and had them prepare it for us, oh well next year. We then headed back to the fish processing plant where they filet our fish into one pound steaks and vacuumed sealed them for us to take home. All in all we ended up with about 220lbs of fish. We took our coolers in loaded them up and headed out . Until next year Homer Spit.
Josh, Christopher & ...
We had a lot of rain and very heavy winds last night! I woke up at 1 AM and the whole RV was shaking like it was going down the highway at 60 mph in a heavy wind! At one point, I was afraid we might actually blow over!
Hard to believe that 2 weeks ago today we left Forest City IA in a brand new, clean, Winnebago. Winnie is now a bit dirtier, (although a lot of Mosquitoes were washed away in yesterday's rain), and has over ...
... Kenai Peninsula and the fast flowing tidal waters of Cook Inlet – it is indeed a scenic drive. Its summer and drama for us is remembering to remain on the right hand side of the road as we squint through a cracked “Alaskan” windscreen of our dodgy rent-a-wreck looking for white beluga whales and the famous bore tide. No whales are sighted but we see a few paddle boarders hoping to catch a tidal wave before they catch their death of pneumonia in ...