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... the stiff wind. Lee brings her a little forward to find us and get help in managing Kathy’s hypothermia. She is shivering violently. I get her out of her raincoat for moment and give her my hat and coat I am wearing. With the hat and prewarmed coat she warms quickly and we place her near the engine room vent where warm air is cooling the engines. She responds quickly, but is still realling for m the heavy motion of the boat.
We see Humpback whales and see ...
... 4. Storage was great, the closet was large, with plenty of shelves. There was also ample cabinet space. We were able to unpack everything! The bathroom had decent storage cabinets as well. I now use hanging bags for my toiletries and makeup, so they hung on the bathroom door.
The shower is really small and the shower curtain make this even worse. You have to be careful with the curtain so not to flood the bathroom floor. This happened once when we ...
... a video on the 1964 earthquake. The other group worked on a scavenger hunt in the museum. When the movie was over, the groups switched spots. Everyone enjoyed learning all about the earthquake and the city of Seward. We left the city of Seward and headed toward Exit Glacier. Once we arrived, we met our Park Rangers. We split the kids into groups again and began our hike. We hiked about an hour to see Exit Glacier. After a few photos we continued our hike. ...
After a lazy morning at the B&B, we packed up, left our bags downstairs and walked over to visit the sea life center in town. Not a huge place, mostly built with some of the funds that exon had to pay as a result of the Valdez spill. Saw all kinds of salmon, alive rather than on our plates, and seals and sea lions and birds. At 2 pm we boarded our ship. Process went much more quickly and more smoothly than we remembered from 25 years ago in Miami, although we did ...
Off on a wildlife cruise of Kenai Fjords with our very own park ranger Chad, or as he likes to call himself being the only ranger on the boat, the "Lone Ranger".
Very pretty in the fjord. Steep sided rocky mountains on both sides are covered in spruce trees to the hide tide mark. The water is a nice green colour instead of the murky grey of all the glacial streams we've seen everywhere in Alaska.
Lots of ...
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