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Namaste,Thank you for sharing your crab cake with me
Stepping back in time aboard the SS Legacy

Morning yoga on the SS Legacy deckMorning yoga on the SS Legacy deck (Lynessa Nelson)


Day two of our cruise it becomes apparent that we'll need to take up some sort of activity to avoid gaining ten pounds in the next week.  Eating five times a days will have that effect on a person.  Luckily for us they offer a morning and afternoon yoga class on the covered upper deck.  Breathing deeply and looking out over the water makes you feel lighter.  There's even some comic relief as you watch the instructor fall over as you all hold tree pose. I cheated and held the pole for balance as the boat rocked back and forth.  When we're finished with the practice we head down the the lounge for a latte and some pastries, the omlet and pancakes from this mornings breakfast have worn off with our strenuous activity.



By the fourth day of our cruise we have given over to luxury.  It was too hard to resist so we relaxed instead!  The crew made it clear that st

Strawberry shortcake and port dessertStrawberry shortcake and port dessert (Lynessa Nelson)




Gourmet dining at every mealGourmet dining at every meal (Lynessa Nelson)




We spend cocktail hour on the deck basking in the glorious sunshine.  Surprisingly, I hadn't noticed this was our first day of sunshine since we'd arrived in Alaska.  "Cloud failure" the locals called it.  Sunshine or clouds, Alaska had impressed us so much in the past few days its hard to believe there's more to come. 

Dinner on the deck of the SS LegacyDinner on the deck of the SS Legacy (Lynessa Nelson)


We asked to have our dinner on the deck and the servers obliged us.  As we took off from the port in Wrangell, the sunset in the background and the mountains greeted us as we slipped away from civilization again.



 

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