This is Juneau. Note the wet pavement, yes, it is drizzling and about 53 degrees. Hey, that's a bit warmer than Ketchikan the day before.
I wish we had taken more pictures in the city itself, but we hopped board a bus bound for the glacier.
We are walking toward the glacier...see it ?
Did you think this is what a glacier would look like? It is dirty, but I guess since it is millions of years old, it has a right to be.
After looking around Juneau a bit we are back to the ship to sail to Tracy Arm Fiord and head for the Sawyer Glacier
The chunks are getting bigger and more numerous. The Captain comes on the PA to explain that he is not comfortable getting any closer to the Sawyer Glacier because there is so much ice in the water. Fine with me, whatever the Captain says, lol.
Bob took this picture of the glacier with the Zoom. He is always thinking about my adoring public! Now we turn around and move back through the narrow fiord/passage. It is just breathtaking.
Tomorrow we will go to Skagway, Alaska and Prince Rupert, British Columbia. Bundle up for Skagway; it will be cold and very windy.