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Tuesday, March 31, 2020 christine Alaska , whales , Wildlife No comments

Humpback whale diving in Alaska

Sometimes we will be sitting in an open area watching whales when one will surface and swim towards us. There are so many beautiful sounds: the whales’s breath, the sound of water cascading off its body, and the laughter and joy from our passengers.

Taken on one of Marine Ecology of Southeast Alaska trips.

Monday, March 30, 2020 christine Alaska , Glacier Bay No comments

Iceberg in Alaska

Ice calved from a glacier is the essence of ephemeral. As you move around an iceberg, it changes in color, it glows, its shape reveals other shapes. You see birds taking off, or flames frozen, then without warning, it capsizes and you realize that moment has gone and something new is in its place.

Taken in 2019 on one of our Glacier Bay Photography Workshops in Alaska.

Friday, March 27, 2020 christine Alaska , Glacier Bay No comments

Alaska Hikes in Glacier Bay

When I graduated from college, one of my mentors gave me a children’s book called Miss Rumphius. In the book, the main character sought to make the world a more beautiful place by planting lupines. Every day I’m reminded of that story and each day I hope to make the world a more beautiful place with kind words, a smile, a photograph of a pretty place, or a shared experience.

This pretty place ...

Tuesday, March 24, 2020 christine Projects , Restoration No comments

The new galley overhead (roof) and back deck cover is in place. We were able to install in about a week ago and since then we’ve been working on the finishing details like handrails and stanchions on the outside of the David B and new overhead tongue and grove in the galley. The next time you are on the David B you’ll really enjoy all the space on the upper deck as well as a dry outside space ...