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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... postcards. Finally we made our way to Cooper Landing where we spent the night on the creek at Cooper Creek campground. The site had an incredible view of the mountains and creek! At camp we made salad, baked potatoes and steak for dinner. Todd and Dad had to put together the grill, which was a lot of pieces, and Todd cut his hand. After dinner, the mosquitos were so bad I had to hide in the RV and watch Fawlty Towers, while Todd made s'mores. Awesome day! - ...
... the trees. At one point I was pushing her up the steep climb with my head in her butt, while concentrating on my own footing, which I lost and took a broken tree limb into my thigh (bad bruise). All the while Scott is being attacked by Mosquitos (we all were) because none of us are moving fast enough. It was a debacle--short lived--but funny and frustrating at the same time. Walk over. We managed to get a quick trip to the hot ...
... miserable day, just a bit wetter than yesterday. The breakfast provided was a plastic bag of muffins and cereal left outside your hotel room door. Since it was better than nothing, we appreciated the effort.
We had planned to leave by 8.30 as there is a tunnel to Whittier that is only open at certain times of the day. As it happened, we were ready by 8, so we packed up and headed out of Anchorage as soon as possible. The drive down was pretty nice - even though the day ...
... minutes was big screen and spectacular.
On time in Anchorage, the Royal Caribbean representative asked me to wait for twenty minutes and she would put me in an eighty dollar seat on a charter bus to Seward, a two hour drive south, where the Radiance of the Seas awaited. I waited. Less than half full, the bus took me through mountains and along rivers to Seward where the ship sat promising a ...
... attentively watching her 2 young who were sitting in nearby tree. We took some good photos of all. The young do not begin life with the striking white head, just with dark black and grey. They develop these feathers at about 2 years. Very cool to see them so close. We jumped back in vernon the van and drove the 4 or 5 miles left to the glacier. The whole drive up to the glacier parking there was a wide river along the road carved by the ...