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... turned back early. Today wasn't supposed to be so bad. Since we'd booked the prime rib and salmon dinner ahead of time, we had an assigned table, right up front by the window.
The trip starts out in the protection of Resurrection Bay cliffs before being exposed to the Gulf of Alaska later on. The boat had 3 outside decks, one up front and two in back or you could stay inside the cabin with big windows. ...
We were early risers today. We had to get off the island before the full effects of low tide! Students woke up around 6:00 am. They had to pack their backpacks and clean their Yurts. Then they turned in their dirty sheets and met at the meeting place. We had breakfast, which consisted of bagels, fruit, and oatmeal. After the dishes were done and we said our good-byes, we headed out on our last tidal pool hike. This time we hiked to the ...
... south of Portage Lake. This lake is being formed by the melting of the glacier which has been retreating substantially for the past fifty years.It was an awesome site and we enjoyed the boat ride. We also saw the glacial remnants of Explorer, Middle, Byron, Burns, and Shakespeare glaciers. While still massive in size, these glaciers stand as reminders of the immense ice sheets that once covered this landscape. A ...
... and lattes everyday and switched over to the free coffee the company provides us. Much cheaper!
Thailand is kind of up in the air at the moment. It was announced that tourists should stay out of Bangkok sooooo maybe I'll start thinking of something else to do for the winter if Thailand falls through. Any ideas?!
Well, time to go to work.
... miserable day, just a bit wetter than yesterday. The breakfast provided was a plastic bag of muffins and cereal left outside your hotel room door. Since it was better than nothing, we appreciated the effort.
We had planned to leave by 8.30 as there is a tunnel to Whittier that is only open at certain times of the day. As it happened, we were ready by 8, so we packed up and headed out of Anchorage as soon as possible. The drive down was pretty nice - even though the day ...
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