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It rains more than 13 feet a year in
Ketchikan. Not a drop today though. Glorious weather in the teens
(Celsius). We take the Historic Trolley Tour. The trolley is so
historic that it is made of wood complete with fire extinguishers.
Fist stop, Saxman Village, a totem pole park. Pictures of some of
the poles are ...
... which is the narrowest part of the cruise. Unfortunately it was dark so we couldn't see much but the information says we past 'rubbing rocks' where the killer whales come after July. I have no idea if any were seen. We headed into open waters of Queen Charlotte Sound home to many humpback whales as well. We are yet to eat in the main dining room .... Mainly because we have slept in, and last night the formal night was on and the crowd was miles long so ...
... and was so entertaining. There were three couples. The first was a younger man and woman that just got married 18 days ago, saved themselves for marriage, and were very in love and innocent. The second couple was middle-aged, married for 26 years, and were pretty raunchy with their answer. And the third couple were pretty old, very blunt and honest and very settled in their lifestyle it seemed. So all three couples answered the same questions so different from one ...
When we returned we walked around town a little skipping the jewelry and trinket shops. We did stop at a museum that gave the history of Ketchikan. We also walked along Creek Street, the red light district during the early days of the town. It runs right along a creek where you could try your hand at salmon fishing. We could see the salmon jumping. The former bordellos are now all gift shops and restaurants. While walking ...
... our" team and boo for "the other" team.
I really hate rivalries like this. This is my biggest problem with organized sports, particularly at the college and pro levels. It's so obnoxious to see people putting other people down just because they happen to like something that is nearly identical but slightly different. It just makes no sense, especially when the primary factor dividing people is just geography. In this case, "I happened to sit down here and ...