Black Bear Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... which fined up nicely in the afternoon.
Plenty of Salmon spawning here and we seen plenty making there way up the rushing streams. Alas after spawning they die so lots of dead fish around giving off odour.
The town is on reclaimed land and trestles. All food other than fish is transported in, which can take 3-4 weeks. Two large canneries producing over a million cans ...
we are going to try to upload some of our pictures. We hope to make an album with all of them for masochists who don't want to miss any. We love them all. However, here are a select few that we think bes illustrate our trip
... to the ship it had started to rain and the fog was drifting into the area. I think this is more like the normal weather in Ketchikan. As the ship left port and we headed back out the fiord from Ketchikan the mist lay over the mountains and inlet waters like a veil the covers the face of a waiting bride.
While the visibility was low I enjoyed the ever changing appeal of the inside passage. No matter the weather conditions you find yourself captured by its rugged ...
... terrible. More on that in another post.
They said that Ketchikan gets 153 inches of rain per year, but it was overcast, dry, and about 65 degrees (Fahrenheit) the day we were there. That's considered unusually beautiful weather there.
Yesterday, July 2, we woke up at 3:15 am to get ready and head to the Chattanooga airport for our 5:30 flight. We changed planes in Charlotte and Seattle and arrived in Ketchikan. We got here around 3:30 local time which is 4 hours behind Eastern time. My sister, Tasha-Marie, picked us up at the airport, and we rode a ferry a short distance across the Narrows to the main part of the island and the town ...