We asked Brown if he would have preferred the President choose an Alaskan guide… Parts of the Seward Highway and all of Exit Glacier Road will be closed again this afternoon between 2:30pm and 3:15pm. School bus times have been adjusted to suit. Adventure 60 North runs year-round tours of the Kenai Fjords National Park and Exit Glacier. The President hiking to the glacier this afternoon. Part of his adventure will be in public view, the resident will be in the wilderness alongside celebrity survivalist Bear Grylls, taping an episode of Running Wild with Bear Grylls. Brown: “Well, I think there’s more to that story that I really can’t talk about right now, but there’s a lot of Alaskan people involved in it and that’ll come out later on, I’m sure.” FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Rick Brown had a prime view of the President’s motorcade today, sitting inside his Exit Glacier Road business, Adventure 60 North. Brown: “We’re all sitting here, we’re closed down because right now our driveway is blocked in and we’re kind of excited to see the President come to Seward and it’s a good thing for Seward. No matter what you think about the politics, it’s good for the community, I think.” Brown was coy about the details, but said he looks forward to the show’s airing later this year.