There’s a place in Southeast Alaska that I love to sail
threw every week, Tracy Arm is the name. It’s a magical wonderland with waterfalls;
giant coastal mountains that hit the shore come to life in the fjord, seals seek
shelter on the icebergs from the predators of the ocean & the only entrance
to this unspoiled wonderland is by boat. John Muir was more impressed by the
waterfalls & the natural beauty of the fjord than Glacier Bay National
Park. I had the privilege yesterday
to take a crew Zodiac ride out to see the South Sawyer Glacier. It was amazing
to be out in the natural beauty of the fjord that has a magical aura to it.
Over three dozen waterfalls grace the fjord with its numerous inlets, cliffs covered with trees & the wildflowers that are in bloom for the
season. I’m blessed to say that the beauty of the place always brightens my spirits
& gives me the raw natural mystical vibe that I crave while in Southeast.
Tracy Arm is truly an amazing place to see!