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... sunset. I cherish my moments alone on the beach, listening to the waves crash on the rocks and giving myself a sand pedicure. Every so often I will listen to music and get totally lost in it. Then at some point before darkness I have to snap out of it and rejoin the world. My significant other occasionally joins me which makes those moments even more special and greeting card like. The last time we both went we were trying to see who could take the best sunset shot, I think I ...
... was found and raised by people, Kily doesn’t mind people staring at her, but the other birds would. Click here to see a photo gallery of the beautiful raptors at the center.
We visited the Sitka National Historic Park. We toured the museum with artifacts and pictures that told the story of the original natives and Russian conquest of the area. Many people toured the totems on ...
... their way back and soon it was cocktail hour with ceviche and sliders, yum yum yum. Lu loved her baby-sized burger. Dinner tonight was merlot with mushroom soup, followed by a shrimp mousse cake with curry and cucumber/seaweed salad. The one probably sounds weird but it was really good especially with the curry. The main course was salmon with a ginger glaze with snap peas and orzo. As full as I ...
We awoke to a beautiful morning in Sitka. After the kids went through their morning ritual of fighting with each other until parents lost it an yelled at them, we set off for the day's primary Activity - hiking the Mt. Verstovia trail. Described as the most difficult and still one of the most popular trails in Sitka, it starts just a few hundred yards from where we are staying and goes practically straight up for ...
... and preening itself while the presentation was on, meaning it was comfortable with its surroundings. We were given an opportunity to go around the other pens to view other birds. We saw kites, hawks, owls, and eagles all of them wonderful. In the gift shop Stuart and Helen gave into Matthew's request for a soft toy. He gained a Bald Eagle soft toy. He named him Sargent. So now we have gained two soft toys, Swoops the owl and Sargent the Eagle.
We continued on ...
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