A Cozy Log Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... from birth, she somehow sensed when an incoming ship was about a half a mile away. She also had an uncanny ability to determine the dock where it would moor. On one occasion, a crowd gathered to meet an arriving ship. Patsy Ann studied the group for a long moment, then turned and trotted to another dock. The ship tied up next to Patsy Ann.” There is more to this story and I imagine it can be found on line.
We met another lady ...
... br> The bus first took us to the fish hatchery where there were descriptions of the Alaska Fish Hatcheries and how they operated. We also got to see various tanks with fish in them at various stages in the process. It was okay but the least interesting part of the tour for all of us. The Alaska Gardens were the work of a couple who with land they owned and some Tongass National Forest land ran a lovely garden and tour into the rainforest to an overlook ...
... for supper and had a couple of drinks at the Red Dog Saloon. Great bar, sawdust on the floor, stuffed animals everywhere, and everything else you can just about think of that might belong in a Saloon including a guitar playing Country singer. He was busy taking the **** out of everyone he could, including the Aussies. How do you tell the difference between a canoe and an Aussie? The canoe tips! ...
... for the experieince! Keith was so brown, obviously sunburnt from the reflection from the ice. He comes from Vermont wherever that is in USA and next year he said he would bring his own team of dogs to Alaska. We got to cuddle a couple of husky puppies before the helicopter brought out another lot of tourists and picked us up.
We dined early so we could go to the Showtime Show in the Princess Thearter at 8.00pm. Tonight it was with two American couples. Both quite ...
... a swimming puffin (highly exciting for me) and a sea otter, watched harbour porpoises playing, saw a dead rockfish, collected rubbish from the ocean and watched myriads of sea birds and heard birdsong through the low mist and rain. Since we are pre specs with windscreen wipers this was all best done without glasses on we found! We also saw some petroglyphs on the rocks, the Tlingit equivalent it seems to school boys carving initials, or similar, on ...