On our way to Sitka, we were accompanied by two female rangers who gave us some additional insight into the surrounding nature and how to preserve it. One of the rangers started to sing a few songs.
We stopped at the Glacier Bay Visitor Center for a short but pretty stroll and a visit to the museum and lodge. There were maybe 100 or more people sitting in the visitor center lobby but mostly for the free public internet. I have rarely seen so many people glued behind a screen.
The visitor center displays a huge re-articulated humpback whale skeleton. How this whale number 68 got here and how it was re-articulated makes an interesting read.