Black Bear Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... today was a lumberjack show which was good fun. It turned very cold after lunch so we retreated to the warm ship. Chilled out till we sailed at 5:30pm. Sailing all day tomorrow then into Vancouver Wed morning. Bye bye Alaska, it's been ...
... the more interesting facts for me was that the flat land near the harbor where the old town was build and where there are many newer parts of town away from the cruise harbor was build on piers. The cold water preserved the wood for long periods. This was done as there are cliffs and hills going right down to the water where the town was built and little flat land. Lumbering and fishing were big reasons for Ketchicans formation. Now that there is no ...
... whale which will sit at the very top of the totem pole they are working on. We checked out the totem poles in front of the store and Toni told us where to find the others but its a little too far to walk so into the car we go.
We drove a short way to the entrance to the actual tours and found the rest of the totem poles. Wayne has done some beautiful work. We took pictures of all the ones we could. My favorite was the one depicting ...
... Seafood and Wild Game store. This is a tiny shop in town where you can buy any kind of wild game you want. Heck, you can even get alligator meat here! How this fits into Alaskan wild game is beyond me though. Since nobody in the group except Tammy and I have ever had Reindeer sausage, that's what we are on the hunt for. Just my luck, the shop is closed on Sundays so this will have to wait till tomorrow. Disappointed and empty handed we mucked around ...
... we saw were bald eagles sitting atop tress as if they were protecting their nests. We couldn't quite see if there were eaglets in the nests, but the naturalist aboard our vessel thought there probably were and we just couldn't quite see (even with binoculars). Next we came up to New Eddystone Rock, which is an immense volcanic spire rising out of the water. It's a neat sight to see in the middle of the sea. We then arrived at Rudyerd Bay ...