Auke Lake Bed & Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Day in the city of Juneau. We had a tour booked for all you can eat salmon. This food was amazing. Blueberry cheese cake as well. The city was very small. Only way to get there was boat plane . No roads in or out. We had the afternoon in the fifth to walk around ...
... around 86 inches of rainfall a year and average temperatures in the summer are between 60 and 80 degrees. We will have to work this out later. We assume this would be centigrade?? On the 21st June the city has 18 hours and 18 minutes of sunshine and on the 21st December 6 hours and 21 minutes of daylight. Ugh!! I wouldn't like that!
Some fun facts recorded on our info sheet were: We were in the heart of the Tongass National Forest. It is the largest temperate forest in ...
... are taking time out for the gym and at the moment Gary and Garth are walking around the track out on deck 11. It is overcast but not raining.
I'll have to ask Wayne what he has been doing...I would bet doing his 50 laps at the pool. I know Sandra has been catching up on sleep after a 6 month slog at work where she seemed to work night and day and every weekend. Hopefully after a week at sea ...
... we learned about a plant called Devils Claw which is very dangerous to touch but has amazing medicinal value. We bought the salve that is homemade by a local resident. It is supposed to help with achy muscles and joints. Today it's off to Mendenhall Glacier followed by a Salmon Bake. The day is again gorgeous and as we leave the ship the crew reminds us how lucky we are to have a sunny, warm day. More to ...
... high in the Canadian Spruces, quite breathtaking. Martin takes in the views and curses me for booking it lol. A continued attempt to help him overcome his fear of heights. Suppose i will just have to continue ;).
Back on board the ship and need to thaw out in the bubble pool and spa. This really is the life lol.
After dinner i introduced Martin to vodka martinis, now he's hooked on butterscotch martini. Lol.