So we're too stuck in the 20th century to have the time or the inclination or the bandwidth to upload any of our pictures yet. However, I've discovered this fabulous web site which consists of some guy's ongoing "photo essay" of Juneau, from which I selected a couple of shots of stuff that I could actually have taken (except that they're much better than any of my pictures... vive l'internet!). Feel free to peruse the site yourselves, except that there's about a gazillion photos, most of which are of places I have yet to see. However, a brief sampling, complete with this man's enjoyably dorky comments:
This photo was taken from the downtown Juneau side of the channel... somewhere down there in that mess of buildings on Douglas Island is my house!
Yep, that's it alright.
And just to give you an idea of the scale of the insanely large cruise ships that dock RIGHT downtown and dwarf most of the buildings around them. This shot looks like it was taken from the parking garage (the top floor of which is the public library... go figure).
Okay, now you can pretend like I've actually posted pictures. If you want you can Photoshop me and Richard into them.