Juneau may be the capital, but it is all about whales and glaciers for me. The weather great and my flightseeing appetite had only grown since the day before. Once again, we decided to book independently. For flightseeing, this worked out well, as we found a place that did NOT charge a premium for weight. We took a helicopter ride, landed on a glacier and went dogsledding. I'd done a little research and intended to use Captain Larry for whale-watching, but ended up letting the same person book us for whale-wathcing who found us the helicopter ride. We saw humpbacks, sea lions and a seal, as well as dozens of eagles, so I'm not complaining. Our friends who went on the cruise-affiliated tour saw all that AND a pod of Orcas. Next time, I'll go with Captain Larry. We popped into the Red Dog Saloon for a beer and to see the sights. Also, several locals recommended the Twisted Fish, so we ducked in there for a Halibut Sandwich and another Alaskan Summer ale. The salmon was also fine.