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Alaska - Day 3 - Sailing through the Inside Passage
July 2010
This was the only day that we had no destination. We spent the day exploring the ship and learning where we could get the best views of the scenery. We also ate and ate some more. We worked off some of that food with lots of walking around the ship. The cloudy skies created just the right conditions for a spectacular late night sunset.

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DAY 2 | ALASKA INDEX | DAY 4

01 Queen Charlotte Sound 02 Queen Charlotte Sound 03 Queen Charlotte Sound
The Queen Charlotte Sound at 6:30 am PDT
The Queen Charlotte Sound
The Queen Charlotte Sound
04 Ferry 05 Alert Bay BC 08 Alert Bay Totems
The Alaskan ferry, Columbia, is part of the Alaska Marine Highway
Alert Bay, British Columbia
Totems in Alert Bay, British Columbia
09 World's Tallest Totem Pole - Alert Bay BC 14 Queen Charlotte Sound 15 BC Ferry
World's Tallest Totem Pole in Alert Bay, British Columbia
The Queen Charlotte Sound and more snow-capped mountains
The BC Ferry, Tachek
16 BC Ferry 23 Mom 25 Lighthouse
The BC Ferry, Tachek
Watching for icebergs
Lighthouse along the Inside Passage
31 Bald Eagle 32 Bald Eagle 38 Bald Eagle
We saw more and more bald eagles as we worked our way toward Alaska
We saw more and more bald eagles as we worked our way toward Alaska
We saw more and more bald eagles as we worked our way toward Alaska
40 Seal 43 12th Deck 44 Mom
A seal swims alongside the ship
We spent a lot of time at the rail on the 12th deck when we weren't on the helipad
We spent a lot of time at the rail on the 12th deck when we weren't on the helipad
46 Michael 50 Towel Dog 51 Mom & Towel Dog
We spent a lot of time at the rail on the 12th deck when we weren't on the helipad
Our first towel animal, a dog
Our first towel animal, a dog
53 Sunset 55 Sunset 57 Sunset
9:45 pm PDT and the sun is still way above the horizon
The sunset tonight was the best we saw
The sunset tonight was the best we saw
58 Sunset 59 Sunset 62 Sunset
The sunset tonight was the best we saw
The sunset tonight was the best we saw
This picture was taken at almost 10:30 pm PDT

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