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... times the scenery changes while going up a mountain!
On to new adventures! I leave Seward on Sunday and fly out of Anchorage on the red eye to Seattle where I meet up with my dear friend, Hannah, to tour the city for the day!! Then I'm on a second red eye to Kansas City!! I'll exhange my summer clothes for winter clothes and spend a few days running and baking with my besite, Angela! Then off ...
... into dense areas where either a bear or moose could easily surprise us. It was nice to see him step up and lead. I guess BSA has really made a difference. They all seem to love Alaska as much as Scott and I do. That's a good feeling. Tomorrow, we leave Seward (after a quick stop at the Suds and Swirl for laundry), and head to Cooper Landing for one night. I think we are going to keep it light and easy. A "down-day" will be nice to have. Goodnight ...
... We peered through the trees and caught a glimpse of the large pens and some of the dogs. From the clanging of bowls, barking and howling I think it was dinner time!
We returned to the lodge and had dinner at the on-site restaurant. Most meals are not included on our land tour. Our tour leader had warned that food would be expensive in Alaska and it was, so we just ordered a burger (which was huge) and decided to try to find a supermarket in Seward in the ...
Thursday, 15th August – Glorious scenery /Bear spotting
Went to Seward – What a wonderful scenic drive we went on today. First of all we made a stop at the Alaskan wildlife Refuge, where they take in all the injured wildlife and fix 'em up. They had black bears, brown/grizzly bears, caribou, bison, elk. Muskoxen. The animals were behind fences and the bears behind an electric fence again. That was interesting and ...
... began to rise.
Just outside of Seward we entered the Kenai Fjords National Park for a visit to the Exit Glacier. The approach to the ice field along Resurrection River under clear skies was stunning. We hiked to the base of the glacier where the runoff from melting ice created the river.
After sharing our lunch with flies and mosquitoes, we headed into ...