Chuck -Melvin? You now know your wild paddling co-conspirators by name??? That is so you, amigo! Is Melvin conventional mammal, cetacean mammal, icthyo, or -less likely from your previously published reports -avian…? Actually, any of the above would be great, but the water-based ones are what I’d really enjoy, of course -isn’t that at least half the reason to see -“sea”? -Alaska? We will have more time in Seward than our other stops, and we’ll in early/mid-June, so maybe -I sure hope so! -we -you and Melvin and Teruko and Paris and us -can work something out.
Jack -is that the nose of your old Eclipse Sea Lion in the long shot of the Orca pod? I need to find our old Eclipse a new home -sure you don’t want ours to replace the void in your storage area? The pics are gorgeous! We’ll talk all about your trip over margaritas and painkillers this fall-winter, and you can tell us all about the adventures you and Nanci had in Alaska. The only thing I recall offhand was your bear story. I’m sure there’s more!
KM, it’s funny, but somewhere along the line during our research, I saw a couple comments about Valdez not being all that much. But I don’t think the originator was paddler; you guys offer better info and insight than lubbers, and I’ll go with a P-Netter -oops, a P-Commer? -with great preference!
Rookie -I’ll check out the Ketchikan cam. Thanks.
And thanks all for your great tips and offers . But don’t get all sncious and worked up. The trip won’t occur until 2020. Yeah, OK, I know. It’s early. But what can I say -I’m a retired planner…! I HAVE ro plan ahead to, at least in Alaska,
Frank in Miami