About 10AM, dead ahead, we see a narrow cut between mountains that are covered with low grey clouds.
By 11AM the lounge is packed and getting rowdy with people over indulging in the "goodies".
By noon we are moving again with a fresh chunk of glacier ice on board and the lounge thins out as people move on to lunch. The sky seems to be lifting behind us so we go back to Seabourn Square and go out on the back deck. Soon it is clear behind us and we have a nice view of the Sund.
The sun comes out again and we have a couple of glacier sightings
It is Russian Night in the Colonnade. We had tried to eat there on the Tuscan night and it was too crowded, but we get there earlier tonight and find a table. We order the beef stroganoff which is different than what we are used too but OK. They have not used noodles and very little sour cream. It is served with potatoes. For desert we have the strawberries Romanoff, also a little different, but it is very good. So good Carolyn has two!
By now the ship has sliped into the sheltered waters of a fjord and is not moving much. We step out on the balcony to check for stars. Unfortunately it is still cloudy, but the big search lights on either side of the Bridge are playing from one side of the fjord to the other on ice berg patrol! The captain may not get much rest, but it is going to be another restful night for us!