Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Sunday, September 20, 2009


In Ketchikan, seaplanes landed right next to our cruise ship. It seemed like the rate was about one every two or three minutes.

We went ziplining in the rainforest. Woohoo!

After the zipline, you took a 300 foot alpine slide, riding down on a burlap bag.

This is referred to as, "Mooning Eagle."
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Thursday, September 17, 2009

Juneau Wildlife

Sea lions playing "King of the Buoy."

Humpback whales bubble-net feeding.

Juvenile humpback flipping us off.

Amy and a genuine Alaskan Wolf
(Naomi Wolf, whale-watching guide)
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Monday, September 14, 2009

Friday, September 11, 2009

Friday, September 04, 2009

Glacier Bay National Park

Next up was Glacier Bay National Park.
The area is renowned for its sea life and the spectacular calving glaciers.

When George Vancouver discovered the entrance in 1794, it was completely iced-over.
By 1916 B.S. (Before SUV's), the glaciers had retreated almost 65 miles.

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College Fjord Formal Dinner

My apologies for the posting hiatus. Things have been a bit hectic all around.
After cruising College Fjord, we got all dolled up (well the girls did anyway) for the first formal dinner.

Not a bad-looking bunch!

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