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... ourselves and they weren't galloping-- it was great. Also, spied two horses on the side of the road that had obviously gotten out of their paddock or something.
Lots of road work today and then the off and on showers and finally as we arrived at Clam Gulch the fog was thick causing visibility to be greatly reduced. I said, if we encountered a moose in that weather it might not be good. Denis had reduced his speed and ...
... for dinner. It was windy, chilly (about 53 degrees) and drizzling a very light rain and I about froze. The hood on my rain jacket would not stay up but we soon covered the 1.5 miles. We shopped around a little and called for an early 5:00 dinner reservation since we had skipped lunch. Tricia and Henry decided to stay snuggled in their Minnie instead of braving the elements. We found me a hat to keep my ears and head ...
We had to be out of our little house, car packed, and on the boat dock by 7:45 this morning, so back to early alarm setting. Seward's harbor looked soupy when we met our boat the Stellar Sunrise, but Tanya our captain and Nick her deckhand were cheerful and expecting a good day on the water. We're going out to see whales, wildlife, and glaciers with one of Jim Barkley's small group tours. Our boat is rated for 24; he'll take 14; and we've got six plus two crew today. The ...
... and miles of beach to explore. We visited the eagles just up the road. The eagles nest has two young ones and two adult eagles. I managed to get a few good pictures. Hope you all enjoy them! :)
Today we're heading out to sea to fish for HALIBUT!! Wish me luck. ...
... not to say that there is not danger and our pilots were
constantly looking around to keep track of the location of each bear and any new
ones coming into the meadow. They carry no guns or other weapons other than flares.
Some time passed and we moved to a new spot to observe a sow and her two
18 month old cubs. They will stay with her for another two years before she
kicks them out. She nurses them all that ...