Pacific Northwest Trip, Part Nine
We both took pictures.
|A less-than-terrific view of the glacier, photographed through the window at the visitors' center.|
|Another beautiful part of Mendenhall.|
|The visitors' center kept me occupied for quite some time. Who could resist this invitation?|
|There was quite the emphasis on ecology and living responsibly; this area invited people to say what they were going to do differently after learning about climate change.|
Joe was having some trouble with his camera in Juneau; we spent some time looking for a camera shop to seek advice. This didn't yield anything, so it was kind of up to me to be the photographer for a short time using my iPhone. Once we got back to the ship and a drier atmosphere, Joe's camera recovered, so we attributed the problem to all of the moisture at Mendenhall.
We were hungry and decided to give the Red Dog Saloon a try. I must confess that I absolutely loved it!
|There was sawdust all over the floor, the place was packed, and big game antlers and all manner of artifacts covered the walls.|
|The honky-tonk piano player was terrific; he had several different tip jars atop his piano. I chose to make a deposit into his Viagra Fund.|