Heading north to Whitehorse in Canada’s Yukon Territory on the White Pass & Yukon Route railway out of Skagway, Alaska. The narrow gauge rail follows the route used by gold rushers in the late 1890s.
A family of mallards chose to skoot away from us when we came upon them in an inlet on a nearby pond.
Ever get the feeling that someone is looking at you? We came upon this barred owl on our local trail. We spotted him ahead of us flying from the ground up to this tree branch. He then sat there until we got too close and he flew off.
Heading north from Skagway, Alaska, toward Whitehorse, Yukon province on the White Pass & Yukon railroad.
The view of Skagway village, Alaska, and Taiya Inlet from the north of town
During last month’s visit to south-east Alaska, we caught this view to the south from the Taiya Inlet as we approached Skagway.
A solitary iceberg floated by during our cruise on Stephan’s Passage south of Juneau, Alaska, last month.