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Glacier Bay National Park: Large Marge & Grand Pacific Glaciers

I have just this to say: If you want to see tidewater glaciers in Alaska that calve into the water, you need to go in the coming years. Don't put it off. Spend the money. Find a way. Because they are all threatened, and are developing terminus out of the water, and more will join… Continue reading Glacier Bay National Park: Large Marge & Grand Pacific Glaciers

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Alaska Cruising: Red Bluff Bay

One evening on our Uncruise cruise, on The Wilderness Explorer, the captain was excited as we sailed away from Keku Islands area, that the tides were in our favor to visit Red Bluff Bay. We had left Frederick Strait and were crossing Chatham Strait, turning into that strait, but first we meandered over to the… Continue reading Alaska Cruising: Red Bluff Bay

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Endicott Arm and Dawes Glacier

Early season sailing meant some changes on where we were heading to. Originally we were to sail into Tracy Arm, instead the captain the The Wilderness Explorer opted for Endicott Arm, which is one fjord over. In the end, due to a high level of icebergs we anchored outside the last turn heading to Dawes… Continue reading Endicott Arm and Dawes Glacier

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Snow Day

Living at about 130 feet above sea level, on an island, in the temperate part of the Pacific Northwest, snow days don't come often. Maybe later I will bundle up and go for a walk in the whiteness. First light and the boys were outside, in the snow, trying to sled. It's still snowing. The… Continue reading Snow Day

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TrailCooking On MeWe/Instagram

In the past months we have stopped posting extra things on our Facebook business page (under FreezerBagCooking). I have left Facebook overall as I don't find it enjoyable anymore, and haven't in years. I kept an account so I could run our Facebook page. Having said that we decided to move our social media presence… Continue reading TrailCooking On MeWe/Instagram