We briefly stopped in Yakutat. Stopping only for a few minutes. Enough to let a few passengers off.
Has time or weather beaten these homes?
Possibly a fishing related building on the shores of Yakutat
A Yakutat local mother and daughter bid farewell to the departing M/V Kennicott
A bird trying to keep up with the M/V Kennicott
Who needs a fancy computer? Writing the old school way.
Two of the three founding members of the Toothpick Trio. Marie and Gene'o
Two adventurers on the Alaskan Marine Highway. Moments before saying out goodbyes
Mike and Marie
Instant friendship forged on the Alaskan seas
Getting the last taste of solar power before getting off the ship
My fellow campers on the deck of the M/V Kennicott. Those who were not privileged to a inside cabin slept in the solarium. Even crazier people, such as myself, slept outside in the elements
Boat in Boat
A peek inside the lower deck of the ship. Here all the vehicles, including smaller boats, were stowed.
An efficient way to get your car into the final frontier
A walkby glance of the hot grill where the passengers got many of their tasty meals
Cheesecake...thats all I have to say
Happy Birthday AMH
It was an honor to be a passenger on one of the vessels in the the Alaska Marine Hightway fleet on their 50th Anniversary