Annie Mae Lodge
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- Airport Transportation
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Our next "Port of Call", is really a 100 year old historic Salmon Cannery and cultural site located near the Native Tingit settlement of Hoonah, Alaska. It is also one of two tender ports on this 14 day segment of our 44 day cruise.
Since we had no plans for a guided shore excursion, we took our time a breakfast, not wanting to bother with the long lines for the tenders. Though the bay waters were calm and partly overcast the weather forecast called for a ...
... has slowly lifted and blue skies greet us as we take the damp stairs up to the viewing deck above deck 14. The Johns Hopkins glacier, a tidewater glacier greets us on the starboard side. It's blue and white icy surface is muddy with dirt and silt.
The water is smooth as glass and a beautiful turquoise color. Here and there we see lines that carve a path through the water marking the points where the glacier freshwater mix with the salt water and form the lines as a ...
... our walk - that it was too hot for the bears earlier in the day and they would possibly be out and about later in the day even coming near the town.
Walked into town-a small community. There are about 700 in the community at Hoonah. 93 attend the K-Year12 school. This is a town run by and for the Tlingit community. President Nixon evidently gave them ownership of the land and they formed a co-op and endeavour to keep ...
... The owner refunded 75% of our tour cost because she felt so bad that the tour was shortened. Before heading back to the ship we had some dungeness crab at the little crab shack near the tenders. We also did some shopping at the little shops which are run by many of the folks who live on the island. Many of the things sold in the shops were made in Alaska. It was a terrific day. After getting back on board we enjoyed a drink on deck before it got too chilly. Tomorrow ...
... here were hand/locally made, We bought a Christmas ornament.
After the show we paid a visit to the donut shack. You can watch the donuts being made. we got the bacon maple dipping sauce!
Didn't seem like the rain was going to stop anytime soon so we decided to go about our business: a walk up the beach walk. There is a walk way but we opted to walk on the beach. Lots of cool stuff to see on the beach here. We saw a bunch ...