Glacier Bay’s weather is greatly influenced by the N. Pacific ocean currents, mountains and the rivers of glacial ice that cascade down the mountain sides. If we have misty rain down bay then many times when we get up bay … Continue reading
How many intertidal creatures can you see in this photo and what are their names? Glacier Bay amazes people with the broad range of hundreds if not thousands of creatures who live in the tidal range . I shot this … Continue reading
One of my favorite paddles is heading up to Chocolate Falls in Johns Hopkins Inlet. The conditions allow for this only a few times a summer so when they are present, it’s lets go! There is an amazing view of … Continue reading
One of our favorite paddles is at Marjorie Glacier in Tarr Inlet. You paddle at a safe distance across the face of the glacier hoping for giant chunks of ice falling from the face with a resounding cannon like boom … Continue reading
Cruising up Wauchusset Inlet on a spectacular sunny day. I remember the stroll up to a waterfall and an odd rock that looked like a bear with this very fun group of Michiganders from Leland County.