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Travel Blogs from Ketchikan
... 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. ...
We sailed down from the Inside Passage and berthed at Ketchikan this morning at 10am. Our tour for today from 11am was City highlights,Totems and Creek Street by trolley which lasted an hour and a quarter and was just ok. When the tour ended Bell and I walked the town ,stopped off at a few shops but did not contribute much to their economy. We took a ride up the mountain on ...
"Welcome to KETCHIKAN" said the carved out watermelon the next day. This was more of a work day than the others. We had another employee training at 8:45am where we sat through few slideshows, videos, and presentations about safety and the company and expectations. It was a good review because we learned most of that information our first day but even after a few days on the ship it really clicked more for me.
Then at 2:00 we had another orientation ...
... because of the damage the heavy equipment used by the logging companies were doing to the streams. Regulations were later set for more responsible logging practices but the town remained divided over the issue for a long time. We were told that Ketchikan gets 200 inches of rain a year! That's a lot of rain! The town has a misty damp feel to it but surprisingly it isn't raining today and there is even a little sun peeking through.
We had tickets ...
... 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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