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Juneau, Alaska August 17, 2010
What a delightful city. There are 80,000 inhabitants of the city and borough of Juneau. Getting off the ferry and driving into town you would never know that the city does not have access to the world but by sea or air. There are plenty of cars, motorbikes and buses to kill a horse. We found the most …
... stopped to take more photos of the oil facilities when a cop came to my window - stopping was not allowed along this stretch of road because of security in regard to the oil facilities. The cop was very pleasant to me & I think realised I was just a tourist, especially with my accent.
I finally got to the hotel, in the pouring rain, just before 11pm, checked in, showered, made a coffee & watched tele in bed for a while - the first time this month.
We woke to a misty rain today. The sun of yesterday is behind clouds. But what better day to have rain if must. We lingered in at our motel then boarded the Radiance of the Seas at noon. The Radiance is a beautiful ship, a 90,000 ton class of the Royal Caribbean fleet. It is the same ship that we sailed out of Vancouver to Hawaii with Mark and Diane a few years back. Our cabin is nice and is conveniently ...
... fishermen lined up every few feet for miles along the river. Art was a little hesitant at first, not wanting to push someone out of his place but he finally eased his way in and started fishing.
He just got into the middle of the Russian, when a black bear and 2 cubs showed up behind him. I called "bear" and all the fishermen quickly ...
... wet a hook. No salmon run….shucks. After sandwiches, beer and several hours of futile effort, we head back down the river. No luck today, but Mike promises us a drift trip towards the end of the week. It was a beautiful few hours on the river.
It doesn’t really get dark in Alaska during the summer, so we decide to head down the road towards Seward. We find the Skilak Lake Wildlife Area and ...
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