Nick, computer instructor
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Tracy Arm is a narrow fjord about 20 miles long with steep cliffs many of them rising to over 5,000 feet on either side.
The Arm is often clogged by small icebergs and great care is needed in navigating the ice field.
|The fjord twists and turns||Entrance to Tracy Arm|
|Nick and South Sawyer Glacier||Note birds on Ice Berg||North Sawyer Glacier|
|Tracy Arm is very cold||Betty braves the elements||It rained/snowed on one trip|
|Looking for bears and bald eagles||My favorite Tracy Arm Photo||Navigating one of the "S" curves|
|Note 15-20' Tidal Zone||Diamond Princess Passing By Us||Horns Toot, Passengers Wave|
|Victoria is the capital of British Columbia||Betty and friend|
|Thunderbird Park||Empress Hotel||Chinatown|
|Carriage Ride past Parliament||Victoria's Inner Harbor||Royal BC Museum|
|Market Square||Gatsby Bed & Breakfast||Harbor Park|
|Victoria's Fisherman's Wharf|
|Rodney Bay Beach|