Orca Adventure Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We had a nice relaxing morning with breakfast at our campsite. From there we went to the Tok visitors center to get information on Alaska, and especially on Valdez where we want to go tomorrow. We were told that the highway was in good shape, yet once again we had a day of gravel patches in the road due to the permafrost. This significantly slowed us down, but we still got to ...
... just say after looking at walrus for weeks, little Harper looked like the cutest thing. She is actually really cute though even w/ out the relative comparison.
Got to have some one on one time with the little poop machine b/w yelling and feeding time w/ momma Jessyka. Ate kale soup to my hearts content and even got jonah out of the house for a few hrs one night.
That babies gonna be alright (as long as I don't come to visit too ...
Very cold drizzly day. We went on deck several times to see glaciers, but it was fogged in until late in the afternoon when we were finally able to see them. Stood out in the drizzle and viewed Marjorie glacier and saw several calvings (pieces breaking off.) It's quite spectacular to see the calving. That's what everyone waits for.
... they secured the cabin. Once on we settled in and then took a tour of the ship including going out on the observation deck where we saw a glacier (not sure of name – pic below), lighthouse. It was spitting rain and was very windy so we didn’t stay long outside. The ship has several enclosed decks so it makes viewing out very nice!
We soon ate dinner in the dinning room of ...
... but that's how memories are made right? In June, I got sent to Petersburg Alaska for Wildland Fire training. My old buddy Mike Truex is down there working and we got to catch up and hike and hang out like old times. If you have a question about these pics, email me and I'll elaborate as ...