A constant fan of our 50th state, Hawaii, this was the first time I have ever visited our 49th state – the breathtaking state of Alaska! I was on a cruise that took us from our launch out of Seattle, to Juneau – Scagway – Ketchikan, Alaska, and a final stop at Victoria, British Columbia. Truly and trip of a lifetime and after over 1300 photos, here are a few to share.
This first photo is during a river raft tour on the Mendenhall River in Juneau.
Cruising through Glacier Bay National Park, we stopped at the Marjorie Glacier, which had a piece of ice break off right in front of us!
The Johns Hopkins Glacier:
There are hundreds more and I’ll post a little at a time. It was quite cold overall, but we had a lovely time.
(Alaska, USA | August 2010)
4 thoughts on “Alaska Glaciers”
Wow. Looks like an incredible place to visit…and I love the third glacier photo.
thanks Stephen. i was really surprised at all the great scenery in Alaska – definitely will visit again and hopefully spend more time at each city.
Absolutely incredible! The next best thing to being there is seeing someone you know enjoying it.
thanks Cheryl. it was an amazing trip 🙂