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  • Seattle - Day 8 Saturday July 30I took this photo as we enjoyed a cocktail on the deck last evening, and did not download the photo until today. Although we did not get into the Hoh Rainforest area yesterday, Lake Quinau Posted by Cybercsp in Alaska | Jul 31, 2022
  • Olympic National Park - Day 7 Friday July 29Let's begin with a few additional photos of Lake Crescent, taken after we enjoyed breakfast on the front porch of the lodge. [img=ht Posted by Cybercsp in Alaska | Jul 30, 2022
  • Olympic National Park - Day 6 Thursday July 28We started our day with a long 4.5 hour ride in the car, heading from Portland, Oregon to Olympic National Park. The park encompasses nearly a million acres, so we will barely scratch the surface of what there is Posted by Cybercsp in Alaska | Jul 29, 2022
  • Portland - Day 5 Wednesday July 27We missed the Mountain Goat Bakery this morning (sigh), although it is convenient to have an included breakfast at the hotel. The Columbia River serves as the border between Washington State and Oregon. The Columbia River Gorge, which is the Posted by Cybercsp in Alaska | Jul 28, 2022
  • Mt St Helens - Day 4 Tuesday July 26The answer to yesterday's bonus question was "The Mountain Goat Bakery." This morning we had blackberry scones (the berries were picked from the bush behind the shop) and they were delicious! We will miss this place. [img=https://photos.travellerspoi Posted by Cybercsp in Alaska | Jul 27, 2022
  • Mt Rainer - Day 2 Sunday July 24Mount Rainier National Park was the fifth national park established in the US. It sees nearly 1.5 million visitors each year, a figure that is steadily climbing. On a clear day, Mount Rainier’s glaciated peak can be seen from over Posted by Cybercsp in Alaska | Jul 25, 2022
  • Packwood - Day 1 Saturday July 23Before we begin our trip narrative, I need to acknowledge and thank Jan Gabin, the brother of my dear friend, Amy Beitman. Jan was a true traveller, a man who loved to venture off the beaten path and revel Posted by Cybercsp in Alaska | Jul 24, 2022
  • PrologueWelcome to our latest travel blog! We booked this cruise to Alaska in 2019, expecting that it would occur in July of 2020...but we all know why that did not happen. So, the travel agency shifted the cruise Posted by Cybercsp in Alaska | Jul 23, 2022
  • 11 June – Misty Fjords National MonumentThis morning we sailed through part of Misty Fjords National Monument. It was very rainy in the morning, thus the water above and below. This place is renowned for its spectacular scenery and majestic waterfalls. It did not disappoint. Posted by dasafish in North to Alaska | Jun 29, 2022
  • 9 June, Thursday, Blashke Island This morning was like most of our mornings so far – breakfast buffet, back to the room for a bit and to get dressed appropriately for the morning’s adventure, and then off to do or see something new. Today Posted by dasafish in North to Alaska | Jun 21, 2022
  • Wednesday, June 8 – Cascade Creek and LaConte Glacier Today it was raining lightly as we got up and got going. Most of the cabins, ours included, open onto exterior walkways that are covered, so we look out our window and see the rain, but we don’t get Posted by dasafish in North to Alaska | Jun 16, 2022
  • Tuesday, 7 June, Roberts and Crow Good morning! When we awoke we were anchored in Frederick Sound, near the islands of Roberts and Crow, just off the mainland, with Baranoff and Admiralty Islands with their snow covered peaks way off to our west. Our Posted by dasafish in North to Alaska | Jun 16, 2022
  • 5 Jun – Depart SEA - Arrive Juneau Our hotel advised we arrive at the airport at least 2 hours prior to departure (7:45am) so we left on the 5:20am bus. We were at the gate 25 minutes later :) At least we were still on Posted by dasafish in North to Alaska | Jun 13, 2022
  • In The Beginning...We are just starting our trip and unfortunately won't be able to post much until we get back to Seattle. Our cruise line specializes in "off the beaten path" itineraries and has no cell or internet connectivity. Here Posted by dasafish in North to Alaska | Jun 3, 2022
  • HAL EurodamI'm looking forward to my awesome 7-day cruise in the Caribbean. Voyage: EU000393 Booking: HHXN2C Stateroom: 4115 Eurodam is a Signature-class cruise ship, carrying 2104 passengers and 929 crew, and sails from Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades) San D Posted by Sluggoaafa in SluggoAAFAs Blog | Aug 1, 2017
  • Day 1 Embarkation Day - Seattle, WAThis was going to be an exciting trip. First time traveling with [[|Holland America]], going to Alaska, traveling with a few friends, and traveling with my older sister who I hadn't had a chance to catch up with in Posted by Sluggoaafa in SluggoAAFAs Blog | Aug 25, 2017
  • Day 5 - Santo Tomás de Castilla, GuatemalaDay five, Santo Tomás de Castilla, Guatemala. Temperature approximately 82ºF, slight chance of rain in the mountains. The port was built in 1976, which is nestled in the Amatique Bay, and today it is among the busiest in Central America. Although Posted by Sluggoaafa in SluggoAAFAs Blog | Feb 8, 2018
  • 2018 New YearIn 2017 I was able to do some great trips with family and friends, both in Alaska and the Caribbean. HAL Eurodam [float=left][/float] In August, I went on a weeks Posted by Sluggoaafa in SluggoAAFAs Blog | Jan 4, 2018
  • There's more to sled dog handling than you might think...Right so before anyone gets too excited about Posted by brokeonaplane in Exploring 'The Last Frontier' | Sep 29, 2019
  • North to Alaska - Crystal SymphonyMy photo album of this trip is up and running click [[|Alaska 2019]] Click the first picture to enlarge, and then you can scroll through using the arrow on the right hand side! Enjoy! Posted by rpickett in Rusty Pickett, ECC, VTA, LCS, MBA | Aug 30, 2019
  • 2018-09-19 Princess 60 Night Circle North Pacific Cruise Posted by DamCruisers in Richard (Dick) and Monica | Jun 12, 2019
  • Alaska PlanningA little bit about ourselves first. My wife and I have been full time RVing now for nearly 5 years now. Alaska has always been on my bucket list. My wifes, not so much because of the cold. She is Posted by MNdrifters in MNdrifters | Jan 28, 2019
  • Your dream trip with Princess Cruise The Logo [i]“When you set sail with Princess, you’ll tap into the colorful cultures, local cuisine and natural beauty in each port of call, creating unique connections that only come when yo Posted by saittvt in Sea Cruises | Oct 3, 2018
  • Aurora Borealis==About this text== Over the years of traveling, I've gotten so many questions about the Northern Lights (aka. Aurora Borealis) or the Southern lights (Aurora Australis), that I've tried to put as many answers as possible down in text. Incidentely. I'm Posted by Skandinavisk in Skandinavisk blog | Aug 21, 2018
  • Day 8: SewardWe end our 1,650-nautical-mile cruise as we dock at Seward, Alaska. Named for? William H. Seward, the former U.S. Secretary of State who, in 1867, totally took advantage of Russia by purchasing the State of Alaska for $7 million. [img=https://photos.trave Posted by paulej4 in RussRaff to Alaska | Aug 3, 2018

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