The Farm Lodge

Address: The Farm, Port Alsworth, Alaska, 99653, United States | Lodge
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          Travel Blogs from Port Alsworth

          Tracey Arm Fjord

          A travel blog entry by oldbag on Sep 16, 2015

          66 photos

          ... place where closeness and intimacy make you part of the scene. The bends in the fjord add to the spectacular views as the ship changes angles and meanders past ice en route to the twin Sawyer Glaciers at the head of the fjord. South Sawyer Glacier is much smaller and although you can see it in the distance when you are there, it is not visited by cruise ships. Tracy Arm is 1,200 feet at its deepest point. The ...

          Heading for Homer

          A travel blog entry by mikehelen on Sep 16, 2015

          4 photos

          ... them until around 11pm, unfortunately by then the clouds had rolled back in, so no lights tonight! Still we had a campfire and had a BBQ dinner so it was a nice evening. A sea otter kept us entertained close by as he/she dived for clams, delightful as it floated on its back munching on the clams. Could almost convince you the weather was warm and the seas balmy. ...

          Halibut fishing the Cook Inlet

          A travel blog entry by majorme on Aug 19, 2015

          1 comment, 25 photos

          Before leaving the Russian River Camp Ground, we decide to look for a cache down by the river. We are led to a handicap accessible ramp that runs back a forth until it reaches the river. If stretched out straight, I believe it would be a quarter mile long! The cache we are looking for is a ways down the ramp. We look for about 15-20 minutes but could not locate it. Others have had trouble as well but it has ...

          Cruising Inside Passage - Ketchikan to Vancouver

          A travel blog entry by carween on Aug 18, 2015

          22 photos

          ... br> We hurry from one social occasion to another - Bern has arranged to meet Jenny & Bob down on the pool deck for a chat and of course, another drink.

          We then roll up for our last dinner in The Rotterdam Restaurant - mid-meal, we are asked to stand and wave our serviettes over our heads to greet all the chefs, serving staff, cabin crews etc who have arrived to farewell us all. The two-storey restaurant was a ...

          Alaska & Canada - Part One

          A travel blog entry by worldtraveler29 on May 13, 2015

          15 photos

          ... watching the wildlife and experiencing a new part of the world while sailing right past. Four hours later the Solstice arrived at Juneau. It is Alaska's capital city, and believe it or not, it is the second largest city in the US by area. It was a tendered port for the Solstice with the tender docked alongside the city. From the ship you can see the Mt Robert Tramway, downtown Juneau and many other cruise lines docked alongside. While stopping ...