Alaska Ferry Resources: Chapter 2

On the Alaska Ferry
Description with photos of life aboard the Alaska Ferry 
"Mt. Baker burst into view like an ancient luminous apparition" (photo)
"A maze of unconnected stairwells and ladders" (photo) 
"A small village of brightly colored dome tents" (photo)
"Kneeling to tape down a flapping corner with duct tape" (photo)
"The solarium... looked like Miami Beach bundled up for winter" (photo)
"I quickly unlocked the cabin door and ruched into the tiny bathroom, not bothering to shut the door behind me" (photo)
"We paid for our reasonably priced food and entered the dining area" (photo)

Background Information
Mt. Baker, Washington, State (Wikipedia article)
"A small town? Near Danville? Near Indiana?" (Wikipedia article)
"It took a huge FBI sting to bring down that agribusiness price-fixing scheme " (Wikipedia article)
"Salmon would be my guess. They look like the kind of boat Ben worked on" (dramatic videos of Alaska salmon fishing)
"Annette lives in Soho" (Wikipedia article)
"Yarrow lives in Katmandu" (Wikipedia article)
"Nancy and I live on San Juan Island" (Wikipedia article)
Books
Passage to Juneau by Jonathan Raban (book review)
The Informant by Kurt Eichenwald  (Wikipedia article)

Travel Information About Other Destinations Mentioned
San Juan Islands, Washington State
Denali National Park, Alaska
Driving from Haines to Denali
Katmandu

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