Glaciers all day long!!
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After getting ourselves as ready to be outside as we could we went out on deck to take in the scenery. I can’t figure out between our photos and the ships log just which glacier is which. The ships log states our first glacier was Margarie and we stayed near it for an hour before moving on to Lamplugh Glacier. But Margarie and Grand Pacific Glaciers are at the very northern end of the Bay and Johns Hopkins and Lamplugh are further south on the western side. Further south and also on the west side is Reid Glacier.
Dinner tonight was the second formal night of the cruise and the menu was wonderful. I’m sure the most ordered dinner was the lobster tail and jumbo prawns, which both my husband and I ordered as well as most of the folks we ate with. I love lobster so much that my hubby traded me his lobster for one of my prawns. Ain’t he sweet? That had to be the best meal we had on the entire voyage.
We spent the evening listening to music again, and yes, good jazz from the Georgetown Trio. We really did enjoy their sound.