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Took a 4 hour train ride, The Glacier Discovery" Had a full window raised car. Quite some pretty sights. The telegraph poles are the original ones used from Seattle to Nome around 1910.
... is hung up and displayed for all to see and the gentleman who caught the 142 lb halibut was showing everyone on the dock the burns and cuts on his fingers from the catch. Every boat was returning with a massive haul. The last land day had come to an end and it was back on board for us to balloons and the welcome aboard for "sail away" day number two. While the 2 000 new guests were assembled on deck 6 for the evacuation drill we were exempt and were enjoying watching a sea ...
... caught a lot of Halibut and one Lingcod, which I had not seen before. Kevin made me take his picture with the Lingcod like he caught it! Up in the trees we sighted our first bald eagle. She was beautiful! There were two younger eagles flying around so we assumed they were the off spring of the eagle we saw. The sun was going down, which turned the clouds around the mountains a wonderful shade of pink. It was an amazing sight. ...
... for every hour of operation and it was a smooth ride. This thing would scoot with a steady speed of 34.5 knots! Three decks rose out of the water. Each level was outfitted with huge, clean windows and tables facing the water. At our table, we were greeted by four mature gentlemen who were in Alaska on a bucket list trip. Oh my, they were fun! ...smart, witty, and charming.
Although the ...
... halibut fishing, and after setting the new lines and waiting, we were doing nothing but sun bathing as the fish refused to bite. On the radio, we were listening to the tour boat captains talk to each other about the porpoises and humpbacks they were spotting out in the Gulf of Alaska. We were positioned just ibside of where the bay meets the open Gulf, and did indeed see the humpback whales. We turned around and went back to the previous fishing spot attempting ...
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