Alaska's Capital Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... by mighty high cliffs.
I met up with 4 others from USA who were just like myself and desperate to get the best photos possible and so we all stayed outside right at the back of the boat.
Finally after two or so hours we turned a bend and there in the distance was this mighty big glacier.
As we got closer the ice bergs became more and more. Seals were laying on these bergs loafing in the sun.
Finally we got as close as ...
... trip, that ended the speculation). We spent a good deal of our time marveling at the mud pools sputtering blobs of mud up into the air ("Just like Disneyland!"), the steam vents seemingly all over (with signs saying, "Be careful if you sit here. The rocks can get very hot."), sulphur pools and cascading creeks. It was an amazingly active little slice of the powers going on under our planet's surface. Before ...
... not disappointed at all. There were 3 others going out with us. Ned, LeeAnn and Ron, from Oklahoma.
Rules and Regs required the boats to stop 100 yards away from the animals. Fortunately the animals don't have to abide by the rules.
We spotted at trio of humpbacks and stopped to watch. The appeared to dive, then surfaced again within 10 yards of our ...
... by a noisy plane overhead. We watched as they spouted, dove and came to the surface; our first NatGeo moment of the trip. That took us almost to the inlet where Juneau is nestled on a tiny bit of flat land surrounded by steep mountains. It's a pretty spectacular setting for such a rough and tumble town. We landed, had a bad lunch at the diner near the airport and took ourselves to the nearest hotel where we will decide on the next move.
... bus takes longer but in the process we got to see the more residential side of Juneau. We walked the 1.5 miles from where the bus dropped us off to the visitor center. Once the kids saw the Jr. Ranger badge they could earn by doing the hardest book we have seen yet, they were determined to finish it before going out for our hike. That turned out to be a mistake as within 30 minutes the peaceful visitor center turned into Grand Central. The ...