Category Archives: glaciers


Trip #297 Petersburg to Juneau Recap – June 10-17, 2017

Where is the David B?
Sarah here,
Often when I take a phone call or answer an email, I get the question, "Where is the David B today?"

Usually I have to guess based on our sample itineraries, but now I don't have to!

Jeffrey recently installed a Garmin GPS unit, which updates the David […]



Trip #295 Recap – Glacier Bay Photography Class – May 22-29, 2017

Trip #295 Glacier Bay Photography Class - Trip Recap
Glacier Bay is really, really amazing.

When we left for “the Bay” a week ago, I had this feeling that I always have as we depart -- what will we find on this adventure? It’s not about the things that we see on almost every trip, like […]



The ice mountain is well disposed toward you

There's often a cold breeze blowing off the glacier when we arrive to admire it's icy blue front. Wind that can make July feel like January. It plays games with my seasonal clock. I remember one time while watching Dawes glacier, a guest told me he was going to go river rafting in a week when he […]



That time we anchored in Tracy Arm…

Trying new things

David B anchored at Tracy Arm Mud Flats

It was maybe the coolest thing we did all summer, and it wasn’t planned at all. I didn’t really mean to be there at that time of day anyway.

What started it all was a “boring” glacier in another fjord. We normally visit a glacier on our […]