Cashen Quarters Bed and Breakfast

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Travel Blogs from Juneau

There She Blows!!!

A travel blog entry by movinalong on Jul 23, 2014

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... it absorbs all colors of the visible light spectrum except blue which it transmits. With the time limit we had two options, either the mile long walk down to the waterfall coming from Mendenhall Lake or the nature trail that went along the river to view wildlife. Stan and Nick hiked down to the waterfall and Patti and I walked the nature trail hoping to see bear fishing for salmon in the stream. The nature trail gave you a sense of the true stillness you find in ...

Whales bubble feeding

A travel blog entry by martyandbarbara on Jul 17, 2014


... and cold but not at all brutal (probably in the 50's). The naturalist on board told us that people wait a lifetime and never see this and we saw it over and over- at least 10 times and the pod of whales we saw had at least 12 whales. We also saw several individual whales - the naturalist told us that the bubble feeding is a learned behavior and not all the humpback whales do it. Some may just prefer to feed on their own and some may not know how to do it in groups. We also saw ...

Today ice and waterfalls..

A travel blog entry by pandcjs_travels on Jul 16, 2014

3 comments, 10 photos

... up there we drove along part of the inlet, the tide was low so there was little water flowing across the rocks and there were hundreds of Salmon making their way up the river in only a couple of inches of water, we could clearly see them.

Along the sides of the watercourse there were groups of bald eagles..
I always thought of them as solitary but here they were in flocks...
Sorry no ...


A travel blog entry by navillus on Jun 16, 2014

22 photos

Juneau Mt Roberts. I hear it rains frequently in Juneau, quite frequently. However, we were treated with an absolutely spectacular day today. When the weather is good in Juneau, the town sparkles. We are camping at Mendenhall Lake with the massive glacier as our back drop, complete with floating icebergs. Today we went on a brilliant hike up Mt …

Mendenhall Glacier

A travel blog entry by frawldog on Jun 14, 2014

4 photos

... to the lake, which is more or less 10 miles from downtown Juneau. I was surprised how easy hitch hiking was. We got picked up by the first person passing by and dropped off at the lake. The lake is a beautiful lake. It has the glacier in the background and a waterfall off to the side. The lake has small glaciers in it, which is rare for someone to see on any other lake in USA. The hike was pretty brutal on my foot, but I had to keep going. I ...

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