Glacier Bay, Alaska

Hello Everybody

We are in the home stretch, sailing through Glacier Bay in Alaska where it’s cold, gray and snowy. But, we have seen plenty of glaciers. The size of these things, and the way they move, is simply incredible. The photos here include Margerie Glacier —a giant river of ice—that moves 7 feet a day. This glacier is 250 feet high–the equivalent height of a 25 story building.

Tomorrow we will be making our way to Skagway where we will do some whale watching.

Joe

Snow and Ice

Snow and Ice

Blue Glacier with Mountains in Background

Blue Glacier with Mountains in Background

Glacier Close-up

Glacier Close-up

Pieces of ice in Glacier Bay

Pieces of ice in Glacier Bay

Ice in Glacier Bay

Ice in Glacier Bay

Glacier with Mountains in Background

Glacier with Mountains in Background

Afternoon fog rolls in over the Fairweather Mountains

Afternoon fog rolls in over the Fairweather Mountains

Up Close to a Tidewater Glacier

Up Close to a Tidewater Glacier

Margerie Glacier

Margerie Glacier

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