Sea Treasures Inn
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Aug 8th The last day in Denali and we took the tour of the dogsled training facility. Also took in another museum.
August 9th... We made it to Anchorage. Weather has been rainy with a short sighting of sun here and there. Beth and Bill's daughter and her family flew to Anchorage to visit with them for a few days.
August 10th.. We were put aboard a train to Whittier ..then boarded ...
... 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. ...
... br> Hospitality Centre.
Our driver, Patricia, was a great narrator and told us all
sorts of stories about herself and Alaska. The 2 ½ hour trip passed really
We entered the Hospitality Centre and were directed to our
luggage. Stephen and I found 2 of our 3 bags but my suitcase was missing. Not
happy Jan!! We filled in a claim form and they seemed quite confident it would
turn up by the end of the day.
Looking at a map ...
... locals say that it's pouring outside it's about the equivalent to a good sprinkling in Iowa. It does not down pour here nor do they have lightening or thunder storms. Back to my weekend. We packed up and headed over to the other side of the bay to try fishing. Well...he fished, I watched. As a non resident a fishing license is expensive, but I did learn a few things! The tide was out so we decided to try again later. ...
... we scheduled these actvities. We stopped for a late lunch...another burger or sandwich concoction with fries....a cuisine combo which we are all slowly getting tired of. The rain persisted but we were eager to stretch our legs after being couped up for so long during the day , and not to mention to burn off all those carbs. So we dropped off the bags, jumped into our wet weather gear and we went out to explore Seward on foot. We walked to the waterfront, past the sealife ...