Girdwood Suite Retreat
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- Shuttle bus service
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... would needs thousands of snow flakes to fall and the temperature to remain at a level for a certain length of time, for the snow flakes to turn to ice. It takes thousands of snow flakes to form a square inch of ice. And hundreds of years for that ice to become a glacier of any size. We truly did realise what a special part of the world we were visiting. Maybe Peter will be keener to visit Antarctica, now Heather. We had packed ...
... the main road and we discovered it is tucked away on a street near us. As we drove back, we stopped to take a photo of the sun on the glaciers from the bridge and were intrigued to see some kids wake boarding on the swiftly flowing stream. They had tied a rope around the railing of the bridge and were riding the board. Very clever and lots of fun.
Jack Sprat was a dynamic and full restaurant which had lots of character. Prices were like other places we had been ...
... to Whittier and spend a few nights there. You can kayak around glaciers and there is an island and what looks like caves around a number of areas (and of course there are a plethora of waterfalls and nesting sites). That, and I want to explore the abandoned building more.
We’re back at the airbnb now and pretty exhausted but today has been a really awesome and worthwhile part of the trip. Worth traversing the tunnels through mountains to get there. ...
... meet other vehicles with barely room . All we can think about is having to back this 33' motorhome back down this gravel narrow winding road if we are on the wrong road. But, we finally arrive and it is very cool. They had a wedding and reception but we walked around and took some pictures.
Our day started with bright blue skies and warm weather. Steve and I woke early and headed down to the beach where we spent an enjoyable hour walking and collecting driftwood for Charlyne. When we got back to the RV the kids were up and anxious to bike ride. We got some bikes from the office and went riding around Kenai. This was, by far our favorite campsite we have stayed in. We also walked to the ...
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