We woke up to the sound of a fog horn from our ship. You had to look down to see anything, but wake of the ship. There was no sky, not even a horizon.
Socked in with FogSo, we looked at the day’s ship schedule and decided to do a “Mixology” class. We were provided with 4 drinks made with vodka.
After our class, the weather was clearing, just a bit. We can make out the horizon.
Eventually, the fog lifted and we could see some blue skies.
At dinner, the Captain announced that whales were spotted in front of the ship and on either side. So, we finished our dinner and headed to the bow to check it out.
At first all we could see were spouts in the distance.
But, finally, one came close enough we could see the tail as it went back into the water.
We waited until sunset to see what we might see. We weren’t disappointed with the show.
We even saw another cruise ship in the distance in the sunset.
Well, tomorrow we land in Ketchikan for our first shore excursion.