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NEWS CCW Editor JUNEAU - "It took me almost two days to realize the magnitude of the glacier," writes Rachel Donohoe of her experience in Glacier Bay last summer. "It finally hit me when a seemingly small passenger vessel pulled up alongside one of the glaciers and then I noticed it was one of those 12-story cruise ships."

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Rachel Donohoe kicks back in Glacier Bay National Park. Her trip was part of a camp organized by the SpringBoard program of the Juneau Economic Development Council. Two of Donohoe's favorite parts of the camp were
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Rachel Donohoe kicks back in Glacier Bay National Park. Her trip was part of a camp organized by the SpringBoard program of the Juneau Economic Development Council. Two of Donohoe's favorite parts of the camp were "meeting new people from all over the United States and watching their amazement with Southeast Alaska and the very unique traditions we have here" and "seeing calving glaciers and realizing how vast they are."
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