Murphy's Alaskan Inn
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... go with the flow. The boat doesn't leave until this afternoon so we have time to go on our planned sea kayaking up the bay to the Ailak glacier. It is a four mile round trip, which sounds easy in theory, but add in icy conditions and torrential rain and it is a little bit of a challenge. Still it is worth it, though I will pay for it later when I can hardly lift my arms above waist height! Exhausted, we get on the boat to return to Seward. ...
... 100 pictures were taken, and a final drive thru the park was complete, we decided to get on our way to Seward. The entire drive is gorgeous! Travis spotted a Eagle soaring in the sky, and we all got to watch it. He has great eyes. It is so neat to see God's handiwork and creation. I love how Alaska preserves the beauty, and doesn't pepper it with pricy condo units, and strip malls. So, I fired off probably 50 more pics of the ...
... our bus for the Seward Windsong Lodge. The lodge is a little out of town which was nice. The lodge was chalet style accommodation. Our room was comfortable but rustic, similar to a motel unit in a camping ground. The grounds were wooded and quite natural and there was a large braided glacial river across the road.
After checking out our room we decided to go for a bit of a walk along the road. We discovered that we were right next door to a large ...
... of Seward. Afternoon was taken up with naps, writing some blog entries, writing postcards and packing. Suitcases have to be put in the hallway by 11pm tonight.
Dinner tonight was really good. Had yummy lamb shanks and a really nice
dessert once the waiter decided that yes it was my choice of what I could have (what is with them??)
Final show in the theatre. The comic juggler was the best, very ...
... just like me.) Art's been at it for 3 years now, but "he's in no rush -- got lots of time up here."
Art is now digging the foundation and hauling up concrete. I asked Art who's helping him do this. "No one, Yoni helps me once in awhile, but I'm doing most of it myself.
Speaking of Yoni, she comes by carrying a spinning wheel and a ball of yarn. What's all that about? Yoni spins Muskox yarn from Muskox hair. See photo below if ...