Today’s voyage through the beautiful Glacier Bay National Park was expertly narrated by both the expedition staff and National Park Ranger Michael who joined us for the day. From the thunder of the calving glacier, to the black bear digging around on the shore, to the mountain goat with a little kid, and a whale feeding in front of South Marble Island’s populations of Steller sea lions, puffins, and gulls, the park generously shared its treasures with us. After dinner, we visited Bartlett Cove, the Yaa Naa Néx̲ Kootéeyaa (the Healing Totem Pole), and the Hunah Tribal House.