Salmon Bake Cabins
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... middle of no where having the time of his life. Captain Tim said he hadn't seen one in the water in a long time. I worried that the bear was so heavy that he wouldn't make it to land, I mean, this guy was a long way out.
We were almost to the Aialik Glacier when we saw a mountain goat with her newborn, we were told the baby was born last week on that very spot. How they remain on a mountain that steep is mind boggling. I had just wrapped my mind around the ...
... tunnel with vehicles making road travel possible for the first time to Whittier. Still just one lane, trains and cars traveling in both directions share the tunnel on a timed schedule. There are some historic buildings in Whittier from the World War II and the Cold War and a very scenic small boat harbor in Prince William Sound. Other than that, not much. We enjoyed pedaling our bicycles around and watching the fisherman and the boats in the harbor. It was ...
... doesn't matter) "thank you G-d, for being G-d".To me that means, thanks for the Creative force and energy that makes all this possible - thanks for the fact that it is - of course, I only feel this because I am blessed endough to be experiencing this and that is amazing.
two days ago we did the gacier landing - we flew in a small plane around Mt. McKinley and landed on the glacier. Mt. McKinley is huge - however, most people who come to ...
... br> There is a nice sign explaining the trails and distances. This map can be found online as well. We decided on the trail that takes you to the edge of the glacier. There are 3 trails to choose from a wheel chair accessible trail which is paved most of the way to a glacier viewing point, a trail to the toe of the glacier and one to edge ...
... The captain then makes his way to our lodging which is near Pederson glacier right on a tidal lagoon. Talk about stunning! From the boat landing to the lodge was about a ten minute easy walk. Along the way we saw many types of flora. I noticed a type of lupine called Marsh lupine, and sweet pea. The majesty of the surrounding area was stunning. There are wonderful photo opportunities around every corner. Upon arrival at the lodge we met some of the ...
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