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... the water. We had to wait for another cruise ship to move away from the glacier, then we moved into a position about 1.6miles from the glacier. Once in position the cruse ship rotated using its side thrusters to allow everyone to get a good viewing position. Dinner was a formal dinner so we had to get dressed up, during dinner we chatted to a nice couple from ...
... are to be reintroduced back into the wild, and some are permanent residents of the easy life. The rain stayed with us to Seward, but we easily found our little 1920s rental house, two blocks from main street and one from the harbor. Got a window table at Ray's, and watched the excursion boats docking while we ate salmon and scallops and steamer clams. Walked out on the docks after dinner and watched a row ...
... Unfortunately, Ro had his eyes set on a crossbow but we thought that despite the baragin price it would just be too cumbersome to lug aound for the rest of our trip ( seriously...when does someone need to buy a cross bow on special). After this educational stop we continued onwards until we reached Seward. Upon arrival we had a few hours to kill before check in so we visited a few tour companies and started to plan the next few days ahead. We booked ourselves on a wildlife ...
... Seward was much chillier than Anchorage, but the weather was quite nice. As the boat made its way our onto Resurrection Bay, the air became very cold and fog would come in patches. We were fed lunch; fresh salmon caught right in the waters we were on and prime rib. Reagan loved the prime rib and Mark loved the salmon. There was a park ranger aboard and were having activities for any kids 4 and over that wanted to become ...
... the prison, although the prison was hidden behind trees. We laughed, knowing that a max security prison lay so close, and all these campers had no idea what lay just behind the road. We camped here because we planned to hike into the mountains behind the prison in search of bear. After scouting out the area, we decided to head out fishing. It was actually sunny; this year was atypically warm and constant sunshine every where. We stopped at the Safeway and Josh got ...
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