Nothing says summer like a trip to Alaska. While many were basking in the California sunshine, Herbie headed north to Canada this summer where he was met with clouds, rain and cold weather.  From Vancouver, Herbie then embarked on an Alaskan adventure for a week and returned to Vancouver for a few more days of sightseeing. Come travel along to see the sites of the Pacific Northwest and beyond with Herbie as we head north!

Day 1: Vancouver, B.C.

Herbie in front of the 2010 Olympic Torch at Jack Poole Plaza.

Herbie grabbing lunch at the Cactus Club Cafe.

Day 2:  Sightseeing in Vancouver before setting sail for Alaska

Visiting Gastown’s Steam Clock.

Day 3: Sailing in the Inside Passage

It’s cloudy and cold out here.

Day 4: Juneau, AK

Herbie at Mendenhall Glacier.

Herbie is excited to ride the Mt. Roberts Tramway.

Day 5: Skagway, AK

Herbie was met with beautiful weather and a gorgeous backdrop in Skagway, AK.

Herbie taking a train ride up the Yukon Pass.

Day 6: Glacier Bay National Park

Herbie digs glaciers.

What else did you expect to see in Glacier Bay National Park?

Day 7: Ketchikan, AK

A little rain can’t damper sightseeing for Herbie.

Day 8: Sailing back to Vancouver

Herbie is going to miss this view.

Day 9: Back in Vancouver, B.C.

Enjoying the miniature train ride in Stanley Park.

Day 10: Capilano Suspension Bridge and Grouse Mountain

Herbie at the Capilano Suspension Bridge in the pouring rain.

Herbie enjoying the scenery on the cliff walk.

Herbie on Grouse Mountain ready to head to the top of the Eye of the Wind.

The view disappearing in the viewing pod in the Eye of Wind.

Herbie had a wonderful time traveling this summer. Thanks for following Herbie on another adventure. Until next time…