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Travel Blogs from Sitka
We are currently sitting in our car outside of a McDonalds, stealing their internet signal, and doing our laundry across the street, now that is multitasking. It is pouring rain outside to a point where we will not get much hiking done today. Yesterday was the first day since we hit Alaska's inside passage where we have not had rain all day. Sitka is surronded by mountains, it once again has one main road that has a turn around at each end. For all those who do not know, Sitka ...
Since my schedule and duties at the Park have settled down, and I know my way around town, I will try to share some scenes and activities from Sitka.
The Russian Blockhouse- it is a replica of the ones the Russians built to protect themselves from the Tlingit Indians. After the Russians won the battle of 1804 and established New Archangel (Sitka), the Tlingit's were still dangerous and were not allowed ...
How corny is the phrase, "I love long walks on the beach during sunset?". Cliché, cliché, cliché. The problem is, I LOVE going to the beach during sunset. It is a legitimate past time of mine here. I have even got it down to a science and know when they are going to be good or not. Sometimes I even drop what I am doing to catch a sunset. I will run home, grab my camera if I don't have it and park my butt on the beach for an hour or so. If its low tide, I will go for a walk but for ...
... still made it down and just walked down the beginning stretch for 20 minutes before turning around to meet our group and shuttles in time. Had some time to grab an expensive (but good) lunch at a coffee shop we kept ending up at and shortly after 12 Stuart and Cole were shuttling us and our bags to the airport, where we also got our boxed fish ready to take home. Each person is allowed to travel with 50lbs of fish. Our entire group had 729 lbs total. ...
... of Caymus cabernet from the connoisseur wine list. Our next course was a lobster salad for me and caviar for Scott, followed by the lobster soup for me and a broth soup with camembert for Scott. I then had the gold leaf risotto and Scott had some type of pasta that I don't remember. The risotto was the best risotto I've ever had!
For our main entrees, I chose the lamb and Scott had the lobster thermidor. As soon as our ...
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