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Our Alaskan Adventure by our Itinerary
Waiting in line for checkin to the Royal Princess - health docs, security, and more ... 2+ hours.
Welcome to the Staterooms
Our ship the Royal Princess
Center Stage - where we relaxed after dinner or had a beverage as the ship at sea to the next port.
Ginger has her 'happy place- - Biloxi ... I have mine the Royal Buffet. Lox and cream cheese daily. Must get my Omega-3's daily (lol).
One dining room ... dress was casual.
Ketchikan ... and the infamous Ketchikan Creek
Ketchikan ... known for totem poles
Whale, otter, sea lion excursion .. caught them all!
Hump Back whale ... going under. Sadly no Orca.
Just having a lazy day together. These sea lions can reach 200#.
Whittier vehicle-auto tunnel - longest combined tunnel in Amaerica.
Tunnel: you can see why it allows traffic one way every 30 minutes ... miss it you lose.
Headed to Ketchikan from Vancouver - morning clouds.
Glacier Bay - 40 story high ice flow ... a chilling memory.
One of several college named glaciers in College Fjord.
Another one of several college named glaciers in College Fjord.
Juneau Ak. downtown walk and historical buildings - oh and shopping.
Anchorage downtown ... not much to see, but beautiful flowers everywhere.
Sherman, Ak. population 2
Highest point of the Alaskan Railroad - water flows north and south from here.
Fire weed - when the plant turn pink ... winter is 6 weeks away.
Puppy sled dogs in training - come on Rowdy - he won!
Check out the 'rack' on Ginger.
A common trapper's cabin for warming up in the winter.
Lynx spotted and captures from a moving rail car.
Unidentified animal on the move.
When it isn't raining - it's beautiful
Last wilderness lodge.