We made a few different stops along the way and of course I took photos when I could. We had great visits to the Shrine of St. Therese (where we almost interrupted a wedding and also saw a whale off shore), the University of Alaska-Southeast, and a private area with a local ranger stations where we walked up to the reversible falls for a local salt chuck (containing both salt and fresh water). We ended the tour at a salmon hatchery for a brief visit.
Photos below and as always click to enlarge!
Juneau-Douglas City Museum
Alaska Fisherman's Building
Totems on campus at University of Alaska- Southeast
Chapel at Shrine of St. Therese
Near the chapel at Shrine of St. Therese
Pillar for lights at entrance to island with chapel
Labyrinth at Shrine for St. Therese
Reversible falls at Salt Chuck
Hollow tree stumps
Entrance to Salmon Hatchery in Juneau