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Old 07-04-2013, 07:28 AM   #211
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Finishing up Week No. 2, and Starting Week No. 3


The morning was grey and rainy as we cruised into Juneau. We arrived around 7am, and disembarked after breakfast at 8:30am















Since we would be changing to the Wilderness Explorer, we had to pack our bags. We did leave our laundry behind, and it would be delivered to the Explorer. Here's Beth, one of the expedition guides, helping to collect all the luggage. Again, everyone jumped in to get the ship cleaned and ready to go for the next week.





It was lightly raining as we got off the ship, everyone saying goodbye and thanking the crew:





Thoughts on Week No. 2 - Cruising the Western Coves of the Inside Passage


Scenery - B - It's a bit unfair to give the Alaska Scenery a "B" grade, but this is only in comparison to the stunning views of Misty Fjords and Tracy Arm which we'd experienced the previous week. It was still beautiful, and we were again fortunate to have near perfect weather.


Wildlife - B - I'm tempted to give an "A-" here, because we did see quite a bit of wildlife, but have to leave some wiggle room for the upcoming week. I even almost saw a breaching humpback The otters were a highlight, but the whales were also majestic. The intertidal creatures were, well, kinda creepy - but interesting (I have watched too many Alien Movies to be comfortable around strange creatures of the deep).


Life Onboard - A - Even better than the first week, as we knew the routine, the crew, and had made some new friends - we also met lots of nice people who had joined the boat for Week No. 2. The food was excellent, as was the service.


Off Boat Activities - B+ - The tour of Klawock was a highlight for Lou. I enjoyed doing more of the shore walks, and the skiff tours were great.


So, again, at the risk of repeating myself - the second week of Un-Cruising was great. We were so lucky to be able to do this. I could have left Alaska at this point and felt we'd had a great trip. And yes, there was a part of me that wouldn't have minding getting back home. We missed the dogs, and we also wanted to get things sorted in the new house. That said, it was not a hardship to start Week No. 3



Lunch in Juneau, and the Start of Week No. 3

We walked around Juneau for awhile, even though it was raining. The shopping area wasn't particularly crowded, since there was only one large cruise ship in town. We even bought a few souvenirs:










We had a voucher for lunch at The Hanger - which was right near where the ships were docked. We took our time and had a relaxing lunch, as we really had no more plans to tour Juneau. It wasn't a good day for the Mt. Roberts Tram, and we'd already visited Mendenhall.


I had my favorite - lightly beer-battered halibut. Delicious.





Then I noticed something odd. The man sitting on the right hand side had been on our previous cruise, and was also going onto Week No. 3. I had noticed his wife come in earlier - she is sitting down by the window wearing a ball cap. I thought it odd they weren't sitting together - perhaps they'd had too much togetherness on the small ship? (It turns out, when talking to them later, we found out they'd each gone their separate ways for shopping, and didn't realize they were in the restaurant at the same time)





I took a few photos of my souvenirs










After lunch, we went back to the Convention Center, where the hospitality room was set up, caught up on internet stuff, and chatted with folks. There were about 20 people from Week No. 2 continuing onto this week's cruise.





At 5PM, we were on our way to board the new ship. As we were standing on the gangway, Captain Danny and some of the crew from the Discoverer came up behind us. They assured us they would make room on their boat for us, because they knew there is no way we would have as good a time on the Explorer. This was all said in good fun, as there is an obvious rivalry between the crews from the sister ships.





Our cabin on the Explorer was also on the top deck, just behind the Bridge. While this boat seemed a little newer, the cabin was not as spacious. It was fine, it's just that I had to sleep trapped against the wall, because no way Lou would have fit.





We found our bags (and our clean laundry) in our room. Fortunately, there was plenty of storage space.










We went to the muster drill, and then a short cocktail hour before dinner (the reflective glass ceiling tiles in the lounge were a little retro):





After dinner, we were out on deck and spotted something in the water. Is it a porpoise?





Hey - those can't be Orcas ???





Sure enough, it was Momma and Baby Orca:





What a nice way to start Week No. 3 !!! Up next: Our itinerary and a Forest Walk
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That looks a little bit more like the Juneau I remember, except that we had much more fog and couldn't even see the shore or town. I like your previous cabin better, but there sure is a lot of storage for you. Nice to have 20 guests from week 2 on board, but I guess your Aussie friends have moved on? I love your selection of souvenir animals! I didn't see anything like that otter or puffin. If I had, they'd have gone home with me for sure! That was quite an exciting first wildlife spotting for this week and you got some great shots. I love seeing first the disturbance of the water, then the dorsal fin, then the momma and baby!!
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I agree with Laurie in that I like your previous cabin much better. But so that right off the bat you go to see a Momma Orca and baby. Wow!
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Nice to be welcomed by the Orcas. Looks like a little cramped in the new cabin. Was this a large cabin for this boat?
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Nice way to start week 3 by a visit from mamma Orca and baby
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Oh my goodness - that photo of the mother and baby Orca is just amazing! I just showed Mark, who loves whales and his comment was "I'm jealous"... so am I!
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Just getting caught up again and you posted all of week 2 while I was gone! It looks like you had a great time and had some great scenery (sorry about no orcas), but look how week 3 starts out, with the orcas! Love all the pictures!
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I love the orcas! It's a nice start! Funny about the man and his wife not noticing each other.
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Just getting all caught up on your two weeks!! WOW!! What great cruises. I think I would have been right there with Lou loving all the "slimy stuff"!! Great pics of the whale and the other ship and of the Orca mother/calf pair.
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That looks a little bit more like the Juneau I remember, except that we had much more fog and couldn't even see the shore or town. I like your previous cabin better, but there sure is a lot of storage for you. Nice to have 20 guests from week 2 on board, but I guess your Aussie friends have moved on? I love your selection of souvenir animals! I didn't see anything like that otter or puffin. If I had, they'd have gone home with me for sure! That was quite an exciting first wildlife spotting for this week and you got some great shots. I love seeing first the disturbance of the water, then the dorsal fin, then the momma and baby!!
Yes, Laurie - our Aussie buddies moved on to other adventures, but we did meet some nice folks on this cruise as well. I always try to pick up small fluffies as souvenirs if available

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I agree with Laurie in that I like your previous cabin much better. But so that right off the bat you go to see a Momma Orca and baby. Wow!
You're right - the new cabin was not as spacious as the previous one. It was okay - just a little cramped.

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Nice to be welcomed by the Orcas. Looks like a little cramped in the new cabin. Was this a large cabin for this boat?
Yes, this was one of the larger cabins - everything on the interior of this boat was just a bit smaller.

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Nice way to start week 3 by a visit from mamma Orca and baby
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Oh my goodness - that photo of the mother and baby Orca is just amazing! I just showed Mark, who loves whales and his comment was "I'm jealous"... so am I!
We were very lucky with the Orcas, for sure.

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Just getting caught up again and you posted all of week 2 while I was gone! It looks like you had a great time and had some great scenery (sorry about no orcas), but look how week 3 starts out, with the orcas! Love all the pictures!
It was a good start to Week No. 3!

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Great shots of the orcas Great start to week 3.
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I love the orcas! It's a nice start! Funny about the man and his wife not noticing each other.
The couple laughed about it later, especially when I told them I wondered what was up.

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Just getting all caught up on your two weeks!! WOW!! What great cruises. I think I would have been right there with Lou loving all the "slimy stuff"!! Great pics of the whale and the other ship and of the Orca mother/calf pair.
Thanks for checking in. You know all about the sea creatures, so I can see where it would hold some interest.
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Week No. 3 - Day 2, Part 1 (Sunday, 6/2)... Into Glacier Bay National Park


The itinerary for this week is 3 days in Glacier Bay, and then the Northern Passages around to Sitka. Up at 6am this morning - the scenery wasn't anything special:





We did have whales right off the bat - we saw numerous humpbacks throughout the morning as we cruised towards Bartlett Cove:





A peek into the lounge area at 6:30am. Like on the other boat, there was always coffee and hot water available, as well as a continental breakfast for the early risers. It was nice having the big windows in the front of the lounge, but the lounge tended to be crowded when everyone was in there (which wasn't often).





We did see lots of otters cruising through Glacier Bay - unfortunately, they were almost always really far away ...





The whales weren't right next to the boat, but still close enough to easily get photos:





Lots of folks out before breakfast enjoying the view and watching the whales. While the inside of this boat was not as spacious as the Discoverer, the outside decks were set up much better for viewing and photography.





The scenery started to get more interesting:















Breakfast was served as a buffet, as in the previous weeks. This dining room had a high top section in the middle - the good thing about sitting here is you did have a good view out the windows:





We approached the dock at Bartlett Cove. The small boat is the Sea Wolf, which we'd seen last week and will see more this week:










Folks out on the bow checking out our docking progress:





Captain Mike prepares everything for our stay at Bartlett Cove. A note on our Captain - he was very personable, but was not as visibly involved with the crew and passengers as was Captain Danny in the previous weeks. My understanding is the gal who is the regular captain was off this week, and Captain Mike was filling in.





We got off the boat and split into small groups. We chose to do the 1 mile+ forest trail walk, which led us to the Glacier Bay NP Lodge first. This lodge is small, but looks like a very comfortable place to stay, and a good base to see Glacier Bay.










A cute little red squirrel:





Not all of the path was boardwalk, but it was an easy and very enjoyable hike:





Some salmon berries as soon as we got on the path:





Some photos from the forest trail walk:
































(Obviously, I like mushrooms and fungi more than slimy sea creatures )




We did see a moose - it was an old one, hanging out near the campgrounds:




After hiking back to the Lodge, we boarded the boat for the rest of our adventure in Glacier Bay. Joining us was Ranger Fay. She would be with us for three days.





It had turned out to be a beautiful day - some photos taken from the boat:















We had lunch onboard and then set off to explore Glacier Bay.




Up Next: The Rest of Day One in Glacier Bay: I thought there was some wildlife here?
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Ohhhhh, I love your fungi pictures! That trail looks like my kind of hike! That was an old moose!
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Your visit to Gustavas looked wonderful - and you fungi photos are great!!
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Just another whale sighting, ho-hum.... I guess you can get blase about anything! I agree-- the fungi photos are just wonderful. HOW did you get so lucky with this incredibly clear weather almost every day?! The photos of Glacier Bay are beautiful. It does look much more spacious on deck on this ship.
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