It was a foggy morning. This is a picture of the SUN, not the moon.
The captain needed an extra pair of eyes to make sure we didn’t run into any small boats.
The Mendenhall Glacier sits behind the port at Juneau.
The captain eases the ship into the harbor.
As we all know, Juneau is the capital of Alaska. We chose not to go into town because A) a taxi ride costs $35 and B) we are only here for 3 hours. We wanted to catch up on our blog, too.
The ship refueled while we were in harbor.
One of the amenities here on the Boat Deck (Level 7) is the café which is a combination cafeteria and short order restaurant.
This is the Kennicott’s sister ship, the Le Conte.
This is the aft, or forward, viewing deck, also here on Level 7. There is also an area with booths and tables, which is where we spend most of the day reading and playing Scrabble, etc.
This shows you our view from the forward viewing deck. Pretty neat, huh?
BTW: Some of our pictures from Aug. 12 did not make it into the post, but I have corrected that, and I hope you’ll go back and check them out!