Marilyn and I opted for a float trip through an eagle preserve while in Skagway, which was fantastic as well. Before our float trip, we got off the cruise ship and walked in to the town of Skagway. Some of the shops were not yet open, but I enjoyed beating the crowds and checking out the shops that were open. The town is only seven or eight blocks deep and just a few blocks wide, but the buildings are nice and quaint as you can see in these photos.
Above: Me and a totem pole. Thanks for snapping the photo, Marilyn!
Above: At the end of this road, in the distance, you can see where our cruise ship is parked!
Above: An old, pretty church.
Above: More totem poles.
Above: The Arctic Brotherhood "AB" Hall (1899). This building is covered in driftwood sticks and is apparently the most photographed building in Alaska (see reference HERE).
What a beautiful setting. Another gorgeous day in Alaska!