(Update: After much waiting and patience and convincing, we were able to get a security supervisor to take it from us. Hope she gets it.)
We've done the train ride.
- You can find out about last week's dogsledding here.
- You can find out about the Yukon Suspension Bridge trip here.
- You can see Skagway in black and white photos here.
- You can see their wildflowers in bloom here.
- You can see the beauty of the area here.
- Here's the best Thai food in Alaska.
While we were waiting to find out if our gal could join us, we stopped at the place with the best darn patty melt ever, The Sweet Tooth Cafe.
|Just look at how the onions and meat and bread and cheese are all melted together. Oh, my.|
|And look at dessert!|
Of course I stopped in at the the quilt shop. I always spy quilts I'd love to make but the price tag of the kits always gives me sticker shock. I liked these quilts the best.
We meandered back to the ship mid-afternoon and I'm hanging in Skywalkers doing some writing.
|Nice view from up here.|
On the way up I did see another leak on the ship. Technically, they aren't leaks I guess. They are drips from the ceiling. (I don't want you to think the ship has a hole in the hull and is leaking!)
Here is the link to today's Patter.
Off to Juneau tomorrow.
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