The Inside Passage

Fri, Jul 14, 2017

Sailing the Inside Passage has always been on our bucket list but has never been high enough for us to pull the trigger.  So when we decided to take the ferry back, we were able to get two birds with one stone.  And save 1,100 miles of towing through the Yukon, Alberta and British Columbia.  Win win.

Alaska operates a Marine Highway that connects the cities in Southeast Alaska.  Since none of the cities are connected by roads, the ferries really are essential.

On our first leg, we ferried from Haines to Juneau where we’re camped at the Spruce Meadow RV Park.  We ‘enjoyed’ the typical Alaska weather, i.e. rain and a low ceiling.  Still pretty in its own way.

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One of the many glaciers in the area.

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