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Well we saw what we came for. Glaciers .... Glaciers .... Glaciers.
Glacier Bay National Park was our first day of sightseeing from the boat.
Glacier Bay demonstrates one of the most dramatic impacts if climate change with a recession of ice over 65 miles in 200 years. In 1794, Glacier Bay was completely covered in ice. Today it's 3 million acres displays the convergence of tidewater glaciers, fjords and temperate rainforests.
As we arrived at ...
We are now back in Australia but wanted to finish off our Alaska blog reports. So here is our final blog of the adventure.
After being in the wilderness for a week it seemed odd to be back in Homer town but the first hot shower felt really good. As we had not had much chance to explore the area, we decided to stay for a few days and, ...
July 25, 2014
Leaving Alyeska we stopped into an ivory and jade shop where I bought an ivory pickle fork...because everybody needs one. I had no idea that jade was so expensive. A little, 2 inch moose carving was $56. I left the moose there. Back out on the Seward, I saw a bald eagle perched at the top of a dead tree. There are entire stands of dead trees from the saltwater infiltration as a result of the ground ...
Okay, people, this might not be the most coherent entry. Remember how much I love having a disco in my house? I was all up in the disco until the early morning and woke up only a couple of hours later, as my housekeeper was in a hurry to get me out! I thought it was urgent I leave, because she was so frantic. It turns out I could've slept two or three more hours. I bet she has so much to do though, before the next guests board.
I arranged for a ...
... pass through. The glaciers valleys that melted made rivers passing through mountains. After the glaciers we saw some otters that were huge. The furry marine mammals would roll on their backs and clump together in rafts.On the way back to wittier there were thousands of birds in their nests called black kitty-wakes. After that we came home to a delicious dinner of ...
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