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... was the end of the salmon run. There were salmon in the creek, but most were either already dead or on their last legs. they were obviously not going to be passing their dna onward. They looked very tired and beat up. There were 2 harbor seals hanging around, chasing the already bedraggled salmon. It was fun to watch. ...
... as they were. This was Dolly's House, Dolly being a famous madam of Creek Street when it was at its peak. We then just had a couple of hours to spare so checked out the tourist shops because most now had discounts because it is coming to the end of the tourist season. The as we walked towards our ship, Daisy saw a free Town Shuttle, she asked if it was going to the Radiance of The Seas and he said yes, so we got on. I was thinking we must be ...
Both showings of "Stardust" were great, the night was going well, but it was just getting started for Natalie and I! After the show at 10:15pm there was a "Marriage Match" game show being held in one of the lounges. I am totally into dating games and just hearing about other couples stories, so I really wanted to go watch and Natalie just came along for the ride ha!
IT WAS HILARIOUS. Oh my goodness seriously it went so well and was so entertaining. There ...
... some photos went for dinner. We were seated at a nice quiet corner booth and just had long enough to see how nice it was before the waiter came and told us he had seated us at the wrong table and had one with an ocean view. However a few minutes later we discovered the real reason for being moved when the captain and his wife came to sit at that table. When we had checked the menu earlier, Cindy was disappointed as at the ...
... deceased. When Christianity was brought to Alaska, the native people began to use them more like tombstones, lying atop a buried body.
From the totem museum, I hiked up a hill from where I hoped to find a view. The hike was a steep one, through temperate rain forest, where the most vocal crows I’ve ever encountered chattered away in many dialects. If I were to continue hiking all the way to the top, I’d find myself at an ...
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