4048 Laurel Street, Ste 202
Anchorage, Alaska 99508
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but no, we're still not done!

! A close up of some coral. I couldn't hold my breath long enough to be sure if it was a coral or colonial polyp - but it was huge. It must have been over 12'x12' in size of this stuff!

More tables, and a few other corals.

Got coral?

A collection of Christmas worms

and we'll end the diving section with one of my favorite images....

3 of the 4 Cuttlefish I saw

They dropped me off somewhere nearby to do my thing (snorkeling). Well I am not more than a minute in the water and I see 4 cuttlefish! Cuttlefish are squid like. They have tentacles that extend out in front of them with fins that emerge about halfway back on their sides so their tail end looks like a spear (almost).  Maybe the coolest thing about them is the way their sides flicker with lights. They are like little UFO’s! I think the colors change based on their moods and they are quite intelligent too. So as you might imagine once I started swimming after them to get pictures they swam away. However, they were curious. They always kept the same distance from me. Finally I smartened up and stayed still, waiting for them to check me out. Sure enough they moved in closer to check me out. It was a very neat experience to say the least.

In the same Area Juanita got see the “Clownfish condominiums”. Apparently it was wall just filled with red bubble tip anemones hosting clownfish. I don’t know if it was too deep or I just never made it to the right areas but I didn’t get to see that. I can tell you though I never knew I missed it because there was plenty to keep me occupied. Even on the beach in front of our Bure I saw stuff. Baby sea snakes, a moray eel, and some awesome hermit crabs.




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