Petersburg, Alaska
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  • 31 Aug 2021

Petersburg, Alaska, 8/31/2021, National Geographic Quest

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The fog was thick and the air crisp when we awoke today in Frederick Sound. By mid-morning, the Alaskan sun had burned off all of the fog so we donned our sunscreen and doffed our jackets.

 

After a couple of days spent in remote wilderness areas, it almost felt unusual to see other boats and people scuttling around as we pulled into Petersburg this afternoon. Times are hard in the world right now – we felt grateful to be here exploring this new location by Zodiac, foot, and bike.

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