Juneau Aspen Suites Hotel
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... soooo glad to have booked this excursion by ourselves because the tour operators Disney use cancelled their flights due to a power outage they had earlier that morning! Whew... We got snow shoes and safety instructions and off we went. I was a little nervous for Eugene and Maya never having flown in a helicopter before but they were fine! :)) We landed at the dog sled camp and met our musher, James. The crew stay there ...
... the Mendenhall Glacier. This was the only port where we didn't have a prearranged excursion. Nothing really interested us except for things that cost more than we wanted to pay. Tracy had been to Juneau in the past and said it was easy to get around. She was correct. It was well worth the $20 per person round trip for the direct bus with some interesting narration by the driver. As you enter the Tongass National Forrest where the glacier is located, the ...
... because surprisingly we were the only ones out there for quite awhile. We didn't see any bear but we did find the answer to the age old question.....Does a wild bear poop in the woods? Yes, he does, and I have the proof! Stan and Nick said the falls were awesome and Stan picked up a stone to give to Taylor. Before we knew it, it was time to load into the bus and head to the boats that would take us out whale watching.
The whale watching boats had both ...
... the background. We drove up to Mendenhall Glacier and honestly, I was a little disappointed in the size of it. I was expecting huge. There were chunks of ice floating in the lake in front of the Glacier and it was a gorgeous blue. There was a trail that took you within 200 yards of the face of the glacier, but there was no way I could navigate that . We settled for a nice scenic viewpoint that was easily accessed even by wheelchair. I spotted a ...
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