Weeping Trout Sports Resort
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... was an old steam engine, which made it exciting and we passed the most incredible views of valleys and mountains, with glimpses of glaciers here and there. But it was a VERY long ride and we had completely underestimated the time - as well as leaving the ship unprepared to be without food for several hours (across lunchtime). Consequently, by the time we reached the peak we were all over the experience - after all, a beautiful landscape ...
... when I first looked the price of the earrings was 110.00 so I put them back and the guy behind the counter said wait he could get a better price. Well, he came back with 35.00 so then I bought them. Quite a difference in price and I wonder if the people coming off the cruise ship haggle. I didn't even have to though. The town is obviously geared to tourist ships. They have an old train that does some short ...
... The ferry system appeared not to be nearly as efficient as say the Coho where the guys seem to have the loading and unloading down pat. However, eventually we realized there was a method to their seeming disorganization-- they need to load vehicles in a certain way as the ferry continues on to Juneau. When we did get to board, there was quite a ramp down to the dock to board the ferry through ...
... have my lunch and then wandered around until it was time
to head back on the bus towards the wonderful town of Carcross.
Here at Carcross we parked up alongside another 5 or so busses and then got
a chance to walk the streets of this beautiful historic town.
At first my idea was to wander around and see all the wonderful restored
buildings and also get a few photos of the railway, however something else took
my interest and that was a grand ...
It's another beautiful clear day in Alaska. Yesterday it was shirtsleeves all day even though there is snow on the mountain tops. Today we do Skagway, and again the scenery is beautiful. First we got on a bus and went to the top of White pass. When the gold rush was on, the miners found out that there was no gold in Skagway. The gold fields were 500 miles east in the Klondike. He Canadian govt required two years of specific provisions that a miner entering Canada must have. That ...
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