Alaska's Capital Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... the land here even in the rain and having low lying clouds. It was all very impacting to the senses especially sight and sound with the roaring falls in the background. We were all glad we skipped to visitor center and just enjoyed the glacier in the rain and wind.
As the tour started a little late we were not back in Juneau until almost 6:30 pm. Many tours had been canceled due to the weather and we had two buses for our tour and we were thinking ...
... at 8:00pm we would return to our cabin with chocolates and a towel creature on our turned down bed.
Next stop was Skagway which was a very quaint town with wooden walkways and old buildings reminiscent of the wild west days.
Glacier Bay was our next attraction with a stop at Marjerie Glacier where we saw ice breaking from the glacier and falling into the sea.
... geared up", we went to the front of the ship to see the ship enter into the fjord. Basically, it is a narrow passage with steep mountain walls on either side. We saw plenty of waterfalls throughout the fjord and chunks of glacial ice. The fjord is about 30 miles long with a huge glacier at the very end. The further that we got into the fjord, the more and more icebergs we encountered. We had to make 3 stops during the day. Each stop was so that folks ...
Got up at 5:30 am to hopefully see whales by the lighthouse but none around. A foggy start to day with no wild life other than us and a few birds. There was one whale spotting but too far away to see well let alone take photo.
... binoculars on the bridge) and suddenly we saw a skiff bearing down on us. 'Are you alright?' came the call. We were fine, I would say I Jennie was ecstatic at taking on the kayaking and finding it to be such an idyllic activity. What a privilege to sit in the middle of the wilderness just watching and listening to nature's drumbeat. Good though that the captain keeps such a sharp eye on all his adventurers. I find that a comforting incarnation of ...