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... lady who said she could see Russia from her window .... Well she lives here and she can't. No wonder they didn't elect her to government.
The Mendenhall Glacier is one of 37 glaciers that flow down from Juneau's 1500 sq mile ice field. The reason it is so popular is that it flows virtually right into the town so is easy to get to. In recent years it has retreated by 30 foot a year and last year it shrank by 540 foot so the decline of ...
sorry for the late blog,not many free wi Fi in Alaska
we left Vancouver on a beautiful sunny afternoon,harbour is so beautiful,we regret not having enough time to see Vancouver.
our first stop was Ketchikan in the inside passage the name means Thundering wings of an eagle
Ketchiken is surrounded by a vast wilderness and impassable mountains,everything has to be brought in by air or sea,Ketchiken is Alaskas gateway to the ...
... when I saw a few HUGE cruise ships. My first time seeing a big ship like this and there wasn't just one but at least 4! We spotted the Golden Princess and I was speechless. It can hold 2,600 people (including both crew and passengers), is 950 feet in length, 17 decks, a spa, pool, big movie screen on top for "Movies Under The Stars", a theater, casino, the list goes on and on. I jumped out of the shuttle and took my first cruise picture, ya know the ...
... to the Mendenhall Glacier. This was the only port where we didn't have a prearranged excursion. Nothing really interested us except for things that cost more than we wanted to pay. Tracy had been to Juneau in the past and said it was easy to get around. She was correct. It was well worth the $20 per person round trip for the direct bus with some interesting narration by the driver. As you enter the Tongass National Forrest where the glacier is ...
... all over her face! Then it was time for the helicopter back down again. At the bottom, we decided that as there was lots of time left, rather than getting the bus back, we would go up to the Mendenhall Glacier visitors center, so we ordered a taxi for 8.However, when it arrived, it was only for 6. As Cindy and I had been to the visitors center 11 years ago, we would drop out and Carrie and Stuart could take Luke ...