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When Sitka became a bit quiet, we decided to explore other options. One of the nearby Alaska Islands was Ketchikan. It was a direct flight from Sitka and also has a direct flight from Ketchikan to Seattle. We spent a day here, but would have liked to spend longer. If we didn't get out when we did, we would have got snowed in and not been able to leave for days. While we were there, we slowly watched the snow level come ...
So we got into Ketchikan about 2pm... first thing I should mention is that that day was GORGEOUS!!! This is pretty significant because Ketchikan is known as the rain capital of Alaska. It averages about 229 rainy days per year... so for us to get a clear blue sky day was pretty special. As of 2010 there were about 8000-9000 people living in Ketchikan, but it's downtown area seemed a lot larger ...
... history has been littered with these moments and no group was excluded. I would love to think that we have evolved into something more but I know that discrimination in all forms and even slavery still exist in this world. Perhaps the future will find us free of all of this bias. But each person must do their part and it took and Alaskan Native American woman during the 1940’s to say “enough!” She rallied and spoke out against ...
... to play ping pong yet. Ping pong was played by everyone in our family but me. I was busy nursing someone’s upset tummy by sitting with them in the buffet area while they ate jello and cookies. That same poor child was nursing a hurt foot too as she raced me up steps. Sometimes I guess we just need a little attention.
It’s alright though. Somewhere around midnight tonight we gain another hour. We switch to Alaska-time. 4 hours earlier than ...
... either self-service or a more formal dining room, and had a meal in each. I am a teaholic and like my own brand of tea bags, so a large packet had accompanied us on our travels. Lots of help from contributors to the Tripadvisor forum had given us a good idea of what to expect on the ferry, so we'd also taken insulated mugs – the facility of having 24hr access to free boiling water in the cafe saw me contentedly sipping my mug of tea perched ...
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