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... were damp in a few minutes of standing in the mist coming off the falls. The Glacier itself was very impressive. Its hard to get you hands on the size of some of the features we have seen and would see given the breath of the views we had. The glacier was hundreds of feet high and close to a mile across but seeing it in the vast landscape indicated just how big the land was in Alaska.
I am not good at the words to describe the beauty and ...
... cold and raining when we arrived in Juneau but we still managed to get out and see the sights of the Town. It seemed to be a tourist destination with quite a few cruise ships in the harbour.
We settled into cruise life enjoying our room with a fantastic view from our own verandah. Our cabin was attended to each day and night and after we had a 4 course dinner in the Vista ...
Hello again from Alaska!
So Thursday was an amazing day cruising through the Tracey Arm Fjord. The only complaint was the weather. It was cold and rainy all day. It made us glad that we bought all of that Columbia cold and wet weather gear!
The day started with breakfast in the main dining room again. The menu was more limited than the previous day's brunch menu, but they had eggs and bacon and that was good enough for me.
... waterfalls. A spectacular trip, I think Malcolm must be running out of camera space soon!! Not only did we see the spectacular glacier but there were lots of hump back whales that we saw. It is freezing at the glacier, we have thick coats plus rain jackets, gloves, scarf and beanie on!!! However, in Juneau in the sun the weather is lovely. Found a lovely coffee shop with WIFI to catch up with our blog. We depart Juneau tonight at ...
... for twenty minutes, when without warning, they took to their magnificent wings and sailed off to right and left. We paddled along the shore, and observed three salmon leap high out of the water, and also saw several small Jellyfish pulsating along. The peace was glorious, and the absolute calm of the water resulted in a great silence. We were so engaged in wildlife viewing and silence that we has wandered out of the 'safe zone' (visible to the ...