Introducing a new and regular feature here at Adventure Freaks, every week we will add a new post for your pleasure: The Tuesday Tease. It may be big; it may be small. It may be heart stopping, terrifying and eye-popping. It may subtle, unique and mysterious. The Tuesday Tease will fill gaps from the past year and keep you posted about the current happenings on Bluewater. This week’s Tease is a new gallery featuring our trip from Seward to Valdez. We spent a month returning to the Gateway to the Chugach. We thought Prince William Sound was spectacular over the summer, and the fall was doubly so. During our month-long return trip, we saw five boats and felt like we had the entire 12,000 square miles to ourselves. We basked in sunny days and clear nights with only one real storm. One night we saw more stars than either of us have ever seen in our lives. Whales, otters and bears visited us. Red, orange, pink and white jellyfish flourished. We hiked to summits and lost lakes and across miles of muskeg.
The gallery starts in Seward and ends just outside Valdez’s small boat harbor. See images from a day sail with our friends Jerry and Mary aboard their sailboat Sweet Mary, which quickly became Nisa’s other boat. Every time we walked past the Sweet Mary at the Seward dock, she wanted to board and inspect! Enjoy views from high above Thumb Cove in Resurrection Bay and our final preparations to depart Seward for Prince William Sound. Visit the abandoned Port Audrey Cannery in Drier Bay on Knight Island, where we hope to head in February for some serious skiing. See the worlds smallest halibut–and much more!
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