The food was nothing to write home about, but they had cold beer and an interesting onslaught of old time decor to look at like funny signs, old guns and animals hanging on the wall.It didn’t matter if you spilled your drink because the two inches of sawdust that lined the floor would soak up any liquid before it reached the wood.After lunch, Simone and Jay’s mom walked through town like most other tourists in search of souvenirs they just couldn’t live without, while Jay and his father went on a much anticipated float plane trip.It couldn’t have been a more perfect day to fly over some of the most majestic landscape either one of them had ever seen.Greenlee has a prior drug conviction in Juneau, dating back to April 2011, when he was arrested after postal inspectors discovered a package containing controlled substances; a controlled delivery of the package was set up with police and members of the Southeast Cities Against Drugs joint task force.Greenlee picked up the package and took it to his residence, where he was arrested.
Now they’re both trying to find one for sale in the classifieds.
Other than the train going up into the mountains, which we passed on since we were going on one to anchorage, there wasn’t a lot to do or see there.
Correction, there were a ton of Sara Palin signs to see.
we arrived in our next port, Juneau on our Alaskan Cruise.
Juneau the capital of Alaska, which is only accessible by boat or plane, proved to be the perfect place for a float plane adventure.