No, I don't know. That is why I asked you! Ja know?
Last month My Mann and I had the opportunity to visit a few ports in Alaska. This being our first time there I had no idea of what to expect. . .other than lots of snow and cold and some amazing wildlife.
While in Juneau we went to Mendenhall Glacier where the clouds were so low they obscured quite a bit of the landscape.
There was never blue ice at the cabin. There may have been blotches of yellow snow. Don't eat yellow snow. If you don't know why go ask your mother. I've even see red snow from food coloring of a candy or something that fell in the snow. Now that I think about it I may have also seen a speck of blue snow as well but not like the massive amount of blue found in the glaciers or floating icebergs.
While in Alaska I was hoping to see an eagle. I didn't really know how common it would be to see bald eagles. If you've followed my blog long enough you might remember my infatuation with flying and how I wish I could fly like a bird. So naturally I had a longing to see a bald eagle as up close and personal as I could get.
When we arrived at the Mendenhall Glacier, before I caught sight of the glacier I caught sight of this eagle. I found that amazing.
I was able to check off one of my bucket list items in this port. See a bald eagle in real life.
How about you? Do you have a bucket list of things you'd like to do? What have you checked off recently?
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