Dropbox and I are going through some things right now...we seem to have a love-hate relationship. Meantime, I found a temporary workaround for the extra pics. So where were we? Big ice chunks ahead! Can you imagine how big these suckers are UNDER the water? They were getting bigger and bigger as we neared the glacier, which was peeking its brilliant blue and white head out from around the corner. Its funny, even being right there in the middle of it all, it took seeing a smaller vessel or two out there in the water to realize exactly how big those giant chunks of ice were. Looking down from ten stories up, everything seems very close and looks so small. And when you are parked in front of a glacier with no real concept of how close you actually are, its not clear how amazingly and ridiculously GINORMOUS the thing is until you see that tiiiiiiiiny little boat parked up in the distance. Or maybe it wasnt so tiny. Still, we were all looking at it and thinking the same thing nuh uh! Peek-a-boo, I see you! What crazy son-of-a-gun drove that boat all the way up there? Seriously .at one point my dad turned to me and said I hope that thing doesnt calve and tip that boat over and by that thing I can only assume he meant the glacier Tracy Arm and Sawyer Glacier was just as amazing the second go around. Part of that could have been the weather the sun glinted off the water and the glacier and seemed to highlight the blue. Colors you dont normally find in nature were there in unspoiled nature. Yes, Lionel did work on the photos before we posted them but it was more to balance the contrast. He did nothing to enhance the colors. And the pictures, while beautiful, are nothing compared to looking at the real thing. What are you waiting for? YOU WANT TO GO TO THERE. Awesome scenery on the way out: Water falls into emerald water Mountains and snow beautiful! Up next: Palo, and our first ever non-show show.