Because Statter Harbor in Auke Bay, northwest of Juneau’s downtown harbors, is closer than is Douglas Harbor to the ferry … Continue reading Sunday in Auke Bay
On Thursday, we decided, because of misty, rainy, cloudy weather’s making it impossible to see much at all, not to … Continue reading Friday and Saturday in Juneau, you know!
Wednesday’s superb weather departed overnight and rain began to fall early this morning (Thursday, July 28). It isn’t cold, it’s … Continue reading Docked in Taku Harbor — Pouring rain
Well, FINALLY, we saw humpback whales on Tuesday afternoon while motoring from the cove on Foot Island to a very … Continue reading A whale of a time, and a gorgeous glacier!
On Saturday afternoon (July 23), our “Seek Alaska” tour boat carried us into Le Conte Bay through mint-green waters, filled … Continue reading Baby seals and a “calving” glacier: The rest of Saturday, with Sunday and Monday too
On Saturday afternoon, Walt and I boarded another jet boat that took us and 11 other passengers to Le Conte … Continue reading A sea filled with azure ice
Friday (July 22) was the day on which Braesail accomplished a successful, and even enjoyable (for her crew), three-hour navigation … Continue reading Up the Wrangell Narrows to Petersburg
This morning (July 21), a jet boat carrying the two of us, ten other passengers, and three crew whooshed over … Continue reading Salmon and eagles and bears–oh, my!
Today, around 11,000 steps took us here and there around the town of Wrangell, AK, whose development was based on … Continue reading A wrangling of our explorations
Braesail was anchored near the tiny, charming village of Meyers Chuck (“chuck” is Chinook for “waters”) by Monday evening (July … Continue reading Continuing north to Wrangell