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... of us are ******** our daks..but we did it & at one stage we were powering along the bridges, soaked to the bones, wringing out our clothing… me with no hands on the rails (not that my arms were long enough to reach both sides of the bridge ropes) & loving every minute!
We are very proud of us!
We saw a Mother (there were two adult females) one adult male & 4 bear cubs…The Mother was close to the cubs & at ...
... gave the show a miss and the two of them decided to have a quick dinner in the Windjammer instead of the full meal in the Cascades Restaurant. Lenny had asked especially for escargot a couple of nights ago and our waiter Rey arranged for each of us to get escargot tonight for entree, as well as the usual entree choice. Rey has done an exceptional job for us during this cruise. then had a quick look at the 70s Disco night before retiring for the ...
The last two days we have been to Juneau and Ketchikan.
Juneau was very interesting. The only way in and out of Juneau is either by boat or plane. There aren't roads or rails in or out of the city. But there are 41 miles of road in and around the city and 262 miles of hiking trails. The area averages 8 feet of rain and 8 feet of snow a year. Juneau is the home to over 74,000 harbor seals! It is the ...
... house - I'm not sure we could have done it at that point, we were so wiped out.
So here we are in Cahpel Hill. We're lucky to have such a beautiful place to come home to and soon we will have lots of family with us here. I took a walk today and saw the lake and deer and squrirels and trees and flowers- not bad. I still feel the ocean inside of me. I feel like this trip changed something in both Marty and me and I hope the change lasts. ...
A morning on board, as we don't get to Ketchikan until 1pm. We docked on time and disembarked for a walk around town. The dock is right in town, so we couldn't have been any closer. The visitors' centre provided a guided walking tour map, and we managed to do most of it before the hoards arrived. There was also a free shuttle that stopped at a few places around town and the driver provided a little local info. It is a pretty town of about 10,000 people. ...