Friday, September 13, 2019

San Fran Sunrise

Now, the drive to Murphy’s

It's Fish Pic Friday, Again!

Female angler Cheyenne Lee out of Stuart, Florida isn’t even 21 years old, yet she already a holder of multiple World records for women’s spearfishing.

Cheyenne can often be found in the Florida Keys, the Bahamas, or spearfishing tournaments, and she is certainly one to keep your eye on into the future.

Her Instagram followers know her as “Spear_Life” and you can follow her here.

Thursday, September 12, 2019

Smooth Sailing

Smooth seas as the Grand Princess cruises down the Oregon and Northern California coasts towards the disembarkation in San Francisco tomorrow morning.

If I have one complaint about this cruise it’s the number of “sea” days. Four is just too many. Not much to do but go to shows, eat, drink, and exercise if you feel like it, and I don’t much feel like it.

Special Tanlines Thursday

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Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Tuesday, September 10, 2019

A Day at Sea

The Grand Princess is having a day at sea, traveling from Sitka, AK to Victoria BC. The ship is currently shrouded in fog, so I can’t even show a good picture, although we did spot some whales and dolphins from the dining room before the fog rolled in.

How about one from Sitka Sound outbound?

Nothing much to do but eat pastries, drink coffee (the free coffee is decent), or around on deck hoping the fog clears.

Tanlines Tuesday Celebrity Edition

Guess Who?

Monday, September 9, 2019

St. Michael’s Cathedral, Sitka

We stopped in at St. Michael’s Cathedral in Sitka today. A Russian Orthodox Church dating back to the to times when Russia owned Alaska. The church is still in use, and although it burned once, the artifacts inside were saved, and the cathedral rebuilt. It’s worth a stop

The icon of St. Michael is on the right:


Sunday, September 8, 2019

Glacier Bay

White Pass

A train follows the White Pass, one of two steep trails used by the would be Yukon miners on their quest for gold. We rode it yesterday. A taste.

The two engines that pulled the train.

The Skagway River, near Skagway.

An abandoned trestle. Thank goodness.

Summit lake, at the summit, duh.

It's Palm Sunday Again

On the road (still):

Friday, September 6, 2019

A View from the Top of Mt. Roberts

We took a ride on the Roberts Mountain tram today

Looking down the Gastineau Channel

Looking down on Juneau from the tram.

Two Mountain Goats across the canyon.

Georgia and I at the top.


A look at the Grand Princess from Mt. Roberts

Georgia and Mary getting malled.