Day 4 was in Juneau, Alaska. What a gorgeous place! Our first shore excursion was zip-lining over the forests of Juneau.
We wore oversized orange jackets to protect us from tree sap and branches. This was before we had all of our gear assembled.
We're 90 feet up in the air in this picture! Don't we look like construction workers?
The 4 of us.
Richie! Even though both of us are afraid of heights, we had a blast!
"High-heeled shoes prohibited"
This is a bridge that I would never cross without a harness on. Ever. It has big gaps in it between the planks of wood. It also moves A LOT. I just wonder who the brilliant person was that tried to cross the bridge with high-heels on, and made them put that sign up. Ha!
After ziplining, we went to Mendenhall Glacier. It's 12 miles long and gets 500,000 visitors each year.
Scott and Heather in front of the glacier.
That night on the boat we went to a magic show. It was a fun day!