Since leaving Victoria two months ago, we've been overwhelmed by all we've seen and experienced. Now that we've reached our northern-most point at 59 degrees latitude, we're going to head south, back to Mexico. I thought this was a good time to pause and reflect the past two months chronologically, in the skads of pictures that never made it on to the blog. Back to our regular programming next week. Enjoy!
|Elevated homes in Petersburg, Alaska.|
|This native-inspired art was embedded in the sidewalks|
throughout Petersburg, AK.
|The food at Inga's Galley in Petersburg, AK was|
excellent, every bit of it made from scratch
--and their beer selection was great.
|Check out the clouds these little islands were making--between|
Petersburg and Juneau, AK.
|Four humpback tails are visible in this picture, but on|
this day, here where Frederick Sound meets
Stephens Passage, there were at least 60 whales
around us, within an 8-mile radius--dozens of
blow clouds at a time.
|It's going to get hard to get used to rolly anchorages again|
when we head south. Every night on this passage the boat
has been perfectly still, like sleeping on land.
|Hide and seek in Tracy Arm, AK.|
|My girls drinking apple juice with glacier|
ice, Tracy Arm, AK.
|A seal on ice in Tracy Arm, AK.|
|A small, sculpted berg in Tracy Arm, AK.|
|The water in the rapids leading into Ford's Terror in Endicott Arm, AK.|
|My future marine biologists.|
|Pilings left from an abandoned cannery in|
Taku Harbor, AK.
|The marina at Auke Bay, AK, just above Juneau.|