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Travel Blogs from Ketchikan
... immediately we arrived at the bay. Although the small boat was very close to the coast, the bear seemed totally not bothered by either us or the seagulls that at times surrounded him. He was just interested in finding salmon. It was between salmon runs and the silvers had not yet started, but there still seemed to be plenty of fish in the sea. A couple of float plane expeditions annoyingly joined us at this point, drawn by the sighting of the bear. They soon left us to ...
... Elias Mountains, the Chugach Mountains, and the Kenai Mountains. Perhaps most impressive of all was the long Bering Glacier. There wasn't another soul out to be seen so it was fun flying. The fun got quite intense as neared Anchorage. With still some mountains to cross before we reached the relative flatlands of Anchorage, we were in some dense clouds. It wasn't turbulent, but fortunately we'd regained radio contact after the mountains and started our dissent. The hourly ...
... view the salmon battling the strong current of the creek as it rushes down to the sea. There is a fish ladder here to help them but some seemed to want to take the hard way up.
We did a bit of souviner shopping then returned to the ship for a late lunch before sailaway.
We were on deck in the sunshine for sailaway. Ketchikan has a large fleet of floatpanes and a number of them buzzed the ship as we left. We passed the Golden Princess and the ...
... we get home and have unlimited time and access to the internet. Uploading photos here is slow and takes up a lot of valuable and limited time in port. Just before noon we made our way back towards the ship for our Ketchikan Duck Tour. Very cool excursion which combined land tour of the town and then a drive down a ramp directly into the Pacific Ocean to see Ketchikan from the water. We had a great tour guide, Anthony, and driver Eric. Both of them were very informative ...
... between a human, an animal, or inanimate object which may lead to the adoption of that object to represent a lineage group. Indian tribes on the Northwest Coast of America carved Totem Poles: Nootka, Kwagiuti, Tsimshian, Haida, Tlingit, Bella Coola, and Coast Salish.
The first record of a totem pole is a sketch in a 1791 journal of the vessel Bartlett at North island, Queen Charlottes, BC. ...
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