Today is September 19th, we are back in Anchorage after spending 3 days in a few interested places nearby....our first trip took us to a place called Seward - city in Kenai Peninsula Borough, a community of about 3,000 people. There are a few tourist agencies that take you for a tour along the coast where you can see glaciers from near distance as well as a sea life and just enjoy the moment. While James took advantage of one of these 6-hour tours, I took a walk through the city with a little downtown filled with local gift shops, bars and restaurants and just enjoyed a beautiful weather by the shore. That night was really nice warm outside with the sky filled with shining stars. Next day we went to see a glacier about 10 miles from Seward and took a hike to see it and enjoyed a cold wind that blows at you while you enjoy a blueish color of the monumental structure. What we learned is the blue color is caused by the thick layer of ice absorbing all colors of the spectrum and only reflecting blue. Nice view...From Seward we traveled to Whittier, a small city that's located at the head of the Passage Canal on the western edge of Prince William Sound, about 60 miles southeast of Anchorage. The only way to get there is through a tunnel which takes you 6 minutes 18 seconds of driving at 25mph. Impressive ride! When you get there you may be lucky to see an ocean liner taking off as well as Alaskan Express train taking tourists back and forth...we've seen both...we spent the last night at a place above the city with a beautiful view. We also cooked a dinner provided by eFoodsDirect and enjoyed the evening. Today morning we left Whittier and on the way we met a mayor of the city while waiting for a green light to let us go through the tunnel and than slowly arrived to Anchorage, enjoyed walking through the downtown, which is really nice and clean and our next step will be east part of Alaska close to the Canadian border. There are a few points of interest along the way we will inform you about them as we go!