Jun 02, 2018 - National Geographic Sea Bird
In contrast to last night’s 40-mile-an-hour wind and brilliant sunset, this morning’s entrance to Endicott Arm greeted us with tranquil waters and muted tones, pierced only by the high notes of marbled murrelets and bright blue of glacial bergy bits. Opportunities for kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, and small boat tours allowed us to closely explore the shorelines and ice. Dawes Glacier provided a dramatic finale and the trip ultimately closed with the sighting of a humpback whale at sunset.
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