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... peanut butter and mustard! Wasn't so bad.
We cruised through Anchorage. Cliff was amazed to see Holiday Stores up here. We got gas at one in Anchorage. Maybe he'd like to work here? They are in Fairbanks and Wasilla also. We were going to Kenai and changed our mind at the junction. Seward is a little closer, and we hadn't been there on our last trip. Fishing is on the agenda and a fjords cruise.
We stopped at the ...
... 160;bay for awhile since I've been here. I finally had my chance! My co-worker Lila and I decided on a whim to drive to the other side of the bay and jump in! Anywhere else that might be easier but here the water is between 40-50 degrees. It took me about five minutes to finally do it and honestly it wasn't as cold as I expected! I really do enjoy living in a small town surrounded by the bay ...
... to some of the most beautiful scenery again. Really, postcard perfect! I think we all agree Alaska is the most beautiful piece of land in the U.S. The Seward highway lives up to all the hype you hear about. It is amazing! We couldn't stop taking pictures of the Cook Inlet waters against the massive mountains and glaciers. " Turn-again Arm" along the highway is especially cool. When its bore tide rolls in, waves can be as high as 13 ...
... the captain decides we can troll rather that mooch as most boats are doing. We get more fish than other boats we are watching. When the fish are filleted we have 17.5 lbs. We add to that some King Salmon, and Halibut as the shipping is free for tae size of box we need. No need to add up the cost of the fish per pound other than to know it would have been much cheaper to go out to a fine restaurant and get fish professionally cooked for you for much cheaper. But we caught ...
... the curtain while Sarah was showering. We had to call for extra towels to clean-up the water. The towels were delivered very quickly!
Our cabin steward, Randy, was wonderful. We boarded the ship around 3-4pm. we quickly met him and Sarah asked for the Pullman to be brought down. While we out exploring the ship he did it. Before we went to dinner, Sarah wrote Randy a note and asked for towel animals, so Randy made one every night! The first one was ...
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