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Prince William Sound Glacier Cruise
June 17, 2009
The two RV Gypsies experienced a wild and dramatic Alaska in the calm, protected waters of Prince William Sound, with a Chugach National Forest Ranger narrating onboard - a special treat. The ship hugs the coastline, searching for sea otters, shorebirds, Stellar Sea Lions, and whales as it weaves around icebergs, and pushes its way through bays with 1,700 foot high active tidewater glaciers, and some serious waves.
Karen Duquette
waterfalls
waterfalls
tall waterfalls, lots of birds, and of course globs of bird poop
waterfall and birds
birds and poop
birds and poop
and of course, the bald eagle
the bald eagle
the bald eagle
A raven tried to push the bald eagle out of it's nest.
the bald eagle
the bald eagle
the bald eagle
eagles
eagles
A fishing fleet
the fishing fleet
the fishing fleet
Some adorable sea otters - Are they clapping for the two RV Gypsies???
sea otters
sea otters

Surprise Glacier

the largest glacier on Prince William Sound

Surprise Glacier and clouds
Surprise Glacier and clouds
Surprise Glacier
Surprise Glacier's blue ice
Surprise Glacier is one mile wide and 275 feet high. These waters are the northernmost salt water in North America yet surprisingly they never freeze. Surprising too, is the fact that there are actually 100,000 glaciers in Alaska yet only just over ¼ of them have names. One glacier in Alaska, the Malaspina Glacier in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, is larger than Rhode Island. That is one enormous piece of ice!
Surprise Glacier close-up
Surprise Glacier close-up
Surprise Glacier
Surprise Glacier
A surprise at Surprise Glacier - the pointy tower
Surprise Glacier's pointy tower
Surprise Glacier's pointy tower
Surprise Glacier's pointy tower
Karen Duquette and Surprise Glacier's pointy tower
Karen Duquette and Surprise Glacier's pointy tower
Surprise Glacier's pointy tower
The biggest surprise of all, a waterfall low within Surprise Glacier that only appeared 3 days earlier - how lucky for the two RV Gypsies!
a new waterfall
a new waterfall
the ferry
the ferry
next adventure of the two RV Gypsies in AlaskaThe two RV Gypsies rode the Alyeska Aerial Tram
in Girdwood, Alaska