Alaska – Tracey Arm Fjord

Before this cruise, I had never heard of Tracey Arm Fjord. Just in case you haven’t either, the Fjord is a narrow inlet that’s been carved out by a massive glacier off the coast of Southern Alaska. The opening to the Fjord is a tricky little sucker to navigate on a cruise ship (or so we heard), but once you’re in, it’s one of the most incredible sights you could ever see–sheer cliff faces, roaring waterfalls, turquoise icebergs…

And once again, we got VERY lucky with the weather; it was a perfectly clear, sunny day, and we were able to see it all.

I thank my Heavenly Father every day to have the honor of enjoying such a beautiful world.

And in case you were wondering, it was probably one of the coldest mornings of the whole trip (despite the blue skies and sun).

Thank goodness we bought those rainjackets in Junea, or we would have just been two more icebergs to add to the pile.

But in summary, if you ever get the chance to go to Tracey Arm Fjord–JUMP ON IT.

It will be one of the most amazing sights of your life.

I promise.

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