Between the helicopter glacier landing and the whale watching, we had just enough time to stop off at Tracy’s crab shack for a few legs. This is definitely the place for King or Dungeness crab. It is just a shack with outside tables under tarps, located behind the library and parking garage near the cruise ship docks in downtown Juneau. The crab is fresh and cooked right in front of you. Tracy and her crew have a sense of humor and love making people happy by serving up the crab and beer. I opted for king crab legs and an Alaskan amber ale. Delicious! Captain Greg, our whale watching captain and guide met us as planned and waited in the parking garage as we polished off the legs.
I've always loved to travel, but time, money and work, limited the opportunities. Retirement has solved at least two of the above limitations so now I'm traveling every chance I get. Friends and family encouraged me to share my travel experiences through journaling, pictures and e-mail, but I like the idea of blogging better. Unlike journaling it provides an outlet for pictures and I don't have to decide who I think will want to get an e-mail from me. My family will be happier too because they won't have to sit through an 800 picture slide show upon my return. (Unless they beg me of course.... full info