BEST WESTERN Grandma's Feather Bed
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... viewing platform at the 580-foot level, capture images of the Gastineau Channel, Douglas Island and the Chilkat Mountains. Explore deeper into the forest on your return trip.
Next, we'll travel on to Macaulay Hatchery, where you can see salmon spawning from late June through September or have an opportunity to feed salmon fry from May through early June. Learn all about the fascinating reproductive cycles of Pacific salmon through ...
... begins, Bern & Des elect to take a long walk out of town a bit, while Kevin and I check out some of the 30 or so jewelery shops, all spruiking their diamonds and precious stones. We stroll along the waterfront streets, poke our heads into the Red Dog Saloon where a singer is entertaining the large crowd, then take ourselves back onto the ship for a well earned drink and a ...
... of the cameras off so the photos would be more than just rain drops. Fortunately the rest of the group reported only a drop or two of rain in Icy Strait Point today.
For those of you who have never heard of Icy Strait Point, which included us until we came on this cruise, it is a privately owned tourist destination just outside the small Tlingit village of Hoonah, Alaska. If that doesn't ...
... gathered round and breached together, looking like a rugby scrum! Their spouts were high and loud. All this was apparently part of a food gathering activity: they were cooperatively feeding most likely on krill (small shrimp-like creatures) or herring. It was mightily impressive. They create a bubble curtain that gathers herrings into a big concentration then all leap on them together, hence the rugby scrum. What riches: two great whale sightings in one ...
We had to turn the clocks back an hour as we headed north, all night for Juneau (where the geese gather). Consequently, it was very light at 5.30 am and we were ready to go. An early breakfast and then we had to wait for the disembark. At breakfast, we had multiple whale and dolphin sightings from every window on the ship including our balcony. We had booked the whale watch and trip to Mendenhall glacier so were ready to go.