Lost Lake Trailhead Lodge

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A Taxi, A Train, A Bus and A Boat

A travel blog entry by suzannecompton


... in Alaska and each seems bigger than the last. I have come to expect to see a mountain every time I look up. I will truly miss these!! We rode for about 4.5 hours and stopped in Seward about 11:15. There was a Royal Caribbean bus waiting as we got off the train so we boarded and headed for the Royal Caribbean Radiance of the Seas ship which was docked about a mile away. We went through security, had ...

Hiking day 1

A travel blog entry by joannemilks


... above us, there was no wind, something knocked it over. "John I've watched enough nature TV, I'm sure a bear caused that while he was looking for bugs!" He made me continue, after another 30 minutes I pleaded with him, it just doesn't feel safe, we lost cell coverage an hour ago, no one else was parked at the trailhead, we are out here on our own!" He begrudgingly turned around and we ended our first Alaskan Hiking ...

Puffins - in a pond, and up to a glacier

A travel blog entry by zingerin


... this is just a respite until they return to the sea. The intent is to get them back to their natural environment without confusing them with too much human interaction. Fog has lifted a little on the bay, but it's still damp and cold here today. The weather is predicted to be much better tomorrow when we will be out all day on a boat. We packed pretty well considering Atlanta was about 90 degrees when we left, but even with ...

Change in plan, going North early to skip the rain

A travel blog entry by gsawolf


... we decided to check into a hotel in the afternoon, and take it easy. We do a business day, booking return flights, and checking up on tons of eMail and private matters, next to updating this blog and uploading Photos now that we have power and Internet again. More tomorrow - we both need a good night rest. Good Sushi in the evening is the highlight of the day.


Academy graduation and Seward trip

A travel blog entry by eabdulkareem


I began work as a correctional officer for the state of Alaska at Alaska's newest and most high-tech prison, Goose Creek Correctional Center, in January 2013. Josh actually started the very same day I did; that is how we met, and we have had that instant connection since the first time we met in the orientation class, and we have been together ever since. Five months after we started, we were sent to the academy. The first week was spent in class after class of ...


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