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... season. An Orca did wave at us though and I was able to see Aialik Glacier for the first time! It was a perfect sunny day! On Monday I went hiking to the Harding Icefield!! It's the largest icefield in the United States. It was 8 miles round trip and about 3,400ft elevation gain. It was a great hike! Another beautiful day! We saw 1 black bear and multiple mountain goats during our hike. It's amazing ...
... I'll be on my way to Chicago where my climbing partner, Pat, will pick me up and we'll head to RRG for some awesome climbing for a few days! Finally I'll fly from Chicago to Florida to get some sand and sun in Jacksonville with my bestie VALERIE!!!!! I can't wait for a tan!! I need some sun before spending another season in the cold. I will most likely be in California this winter at a ski resort, however I am considering staying in Alaska for the winter. Either ...
... Center . Watching the male harbor seal do his mating dance though a underwater glass was great. The female seal lion was sitting on the rock ignoring him :-D. Octopus, Sea Lion, birds, salmon (of course), jelly fish and other interesting marine life could be viewed at the Center.
In July 1999 we rode a bus into Seward to join up with our Princess cruise of Alaska. The bus took us right passed the town to ...
... the salmon was good! McKinley would be proud! We boarded the boat and enjoyed a boat tour around the bay where we saw SO MANY whales! Lots of puffins too and sea lions fighting on a rock. Oh ya, some bald eagles and other birds. I can't forget about the scenery itself which is amazing! I saw my first whale fluke! Pic below! Overall it was a fantastic day! Today we considered taking a helicopter to a glacier across the bay to go dog mushing! Because I work ...
Thursday was all about cruising Kenai Fjord National park. We took the 8.5 hour cruise ans loved it. My two goals in coming to Alaska was to see whales and glaciers. In hind site, maybe I set the bar too low but regardless, I checked both those boxes off today. Cruise left at 10 am from the port downtown. Ship was full and it was a very nice catamaran. We shared a booth with a family from MN with a young ...
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- Great off-season value
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